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  1. Why It Pays To Be Mad in Russia, by Valery Tarsis, The Gazette (Montreal, Canada), March 7, 1966. 

  2. Another Writer Arrested? By Our Diplomatic Staff, The Guardian (London, UK), February 17, 1966. 

  3. Three Soviet Writers Go On Trial, by Associated Press, Wilkes Barre Times (Pennsylvania), August 30, 1967. 

  4. Soviet Writer Admits Protest Planning, by Associated Press, Alabama Journal, August 31, 1967. 

  5. Soviets Jail Three Writers, by Associated Press, Daily Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, PA), August 31, 1967. 

  6. Soviet Holds Secret Trial of Three Writers, by Reuters, The Baltimore Sun, August 31, 1967.

  7. Three Years in Jail for Russ Hippie, by UPI, Oakland Tribune, September 1, 1967. 

  8. Russ Author Draws Three Years for Protest, by UPI, The Los Angeles Times, September 2, 1967.

  9. Three Soviet Poets Sentenced For Freedom Demonstration, by Associated Press, Express and News (San Antonio), September 2, 1967.

  10. Poet Sentenced, by Associated Press, The Austin American, September 2, 1967. 

  11. Three Soviet Poets Sentenced for Freedom Demonstration, by Associated Press, The San Antonio Express News, September 2, 1967. 

  12. Free Speech Soviet Poet Is Sentenced, by Associated Press, The Shreveport Times, September 2, 1967. 

  13. Author Who Fought for Freedom, Daily Mirror (United Kingdom), September 2, 1967. 

  14. Protester Gets Jail in Russia, by UPI, The Miami Herald, September 3, 1967. 

  15. Soviet “Hippie” Plans Appeal, by UPI, The Honolulu Star Bulletin, September 3, 1967.

  16. CIA Accused of Ghosting Mrs. Alliluyeva’s Memoirs, by Associated Press, The Baltimore Sun, September 4, 1967. 

  17. Soviets Secretly Try Members of Underground, by Thomas M. Brown, UPI, Greenville Advocate, September 6, 1967. 

  18. Socialist Humanism, by Irene Corbally Kuhn, Shenandoah Evening Herald, November 11, 1967.

  19. Two Writers and the Public, by David Burg, The Washington Post / Los Angeles Times Service, The Windsor Star, November 23, 1967.

  20. Russ Writers, by David Burg of the London Sunday Times, Austin American Statesman (Texas), November 27, 1967. 

  21. Soviet Writers Jailed for Honoring Freedom’s Poet, by Mark Gayn of Chicago Daily News, The Boston Globe, December 8, 1967. 

  22. Four Dissident Russians Go on Trial Monday on Slander Charges, by UPI, The Philadelphia Inquirer, December 10, 1967. 

  23. Russian Defied Secret Police, by Associated Press, Times Colonist, December 27, 1967.

  24. Russian Intellectual Defies Police, by the Ne York Times Service, Honolulu Star Bulletin, December 27, 1967. 

  25. Russian Chemist Defies Soviet Security Police, by the New York Times News Service, The Gazette and Daily (York, Pennsylvania), December 27, 1967.

  26. West Gets Record Of Secret Trial, by the New York Times, Times Democrat, (Davenport-Bettendorf, Iowa), December 27, 1967.

  27. Grandson of Former High Red Tells of Secret Police Warning, by Associated Press, The Amarillo Globe Times, December 27, 1967. 

  28. Purge Victim Hits Magazine, by Associated Press, The Leader Post, (Regina, Sask.), December 27, 1967.

  29. Russian, York Daily Record, December 27, 1967. 

  30. Litvinov’s Grandson Gives West Report on Soviet Literary Trial, by the New York Times News Service, St. Louis Post Dispatch, December 27, 1967.

  31. Litvinov’s Grandson Sends Trial Transcript to West, The Honolulu Star Bulletin, December 27, 1967. 

  32. Russ Police Beating of Writer Told: Grandson of Former Foreign Minister Describes Incident, The Los Angeles Times, December 28, 1967.

  33. Beating of Writer in USSR Claimed, by Associated Press, Ashbury Park Evening Press (New Jersey), December 28, 1967. 

  34. Russian Defies Police, The Sydney Morning Herald, December 29, 1967. 

  35. Litvinov’s Grandson Criticizes Red Trial, by Associated Press, The El Paso Times, December 29, 1967.

  36. "Организационные проблемы движения за полное и всеобщее разоружение и мир во всём мире", Автор: Юрий Галансков, журнал "Грани", номер 64, 1967 год. 

  37. "Мировая печать о 'Фениксе 1996' и арестах молодых литераторов в Москве", журнал "Грани", номер 64, 1967 год. 

  38. Владимир Буковский -- Рассказы: Аквариум. Звёзды. Деревенька. Человечек. Один бестолковый вопрос доктору. Звонарь. Журнал "Грани", номер 65, 1967 год. 

  39. Dissent and Punishment, by Peter Grose, Honolulu Star Bulletin, January 1, 1968. 

  40. Right to Criticize Pleaded by Defendant in Court, The Province, January 4, 1968. 

  41. Moscow Moves for Release of Detained Authors, Birmingham Daily Post (United Kingdom), January 5, 1968. 

  42. The Mockery in Moscow, The Boston Globe, January 10, 1968. 

  43. Free Speech, Red Style, Desert News, January 18, 1968. 

  44. The Angry Young Russians, by Edward Crankshaw, The London Observer, UK, reprinted in The Courier Journal, January 21, 1968.

  45. Soviets Have Dissidents, Too, by John Chamberlain, Meriden Journal, February 9, 1968.

  46. These Days, by John Chamberlain, Shamokin News Dispatch (Shamokin, Pennsylvania), February 9, 1968. 

  47. Kremlin’s Limits, by John Chamberlain, The Tyler Courier Times, February 11, 1968. 

  48. Trial of Young Russian Writers Attests to Ferment in Soviet Union, by Isaac Don Levine, The Los Angeles Times, reprinted in The Town Talk, February 11, 1968.

  49. First Amendment Freedoms Still Unknown in Soviet Bloc, The Charlotte Observer, February 20, 1968. Soviet Cold Snap, The Evening Times, February 23, 1968. 

  50. Reds Cite Spock in U.N. Exchange, by William N. Oatis, Associated Press Writer, Battle Creek Enquirer, March 7, 1968. 

  51. Goldberg Attacks Soviet on Writers, by Associated Press, The Arizona Republic, March 7, 1968. 

  52. Stalinist Retreat, Lincoln Journal Star, March 10, 1968. 

  53. Honest Capitalism Alone Can Defeat Communism, The Free Trader, London, UK, reprinted in Bucyrus Telegraph Forum, March 12, 1968. 

  54. TBC

  55. Soviets Arrest 3 Britons For Passing Out Leaflets, by UPI, The Press Democrat, June 17, 1968. 

  56. Russians Seize Three Britons in Moscow, by C. F. Melville, Birmingham Daily Post (United Kingdom), June 18, 1968. 

  57. Russ Seize 3 Britons Passing Out Leaflets, by UPI, Chicago Tribune, June 18, 1968. 

  58. Our Secret Allies, The Oklahoma City Times, July 19, 1968. 

  59. The Writer as Russia’s Conscience, Time magazine, September 27, 1968. 

  60. Maxim Litvinov’s Grandson to be Tried for Czech Protest, by UPI, The Arizona Republic, October 7, 1968.

  61. Red Slate Trial for Litvinov, by UPI, The Miami Herald, October 9, 1968. 

  62. Changes ‘Up to My Generation’, Says Litvinov, by Richard C. Longworth, by UPI, Lansing State Journal, October 16, 1968. 

  63. Red General Hits Soviet Tyranny, by Henry Kamm, The New York Times News Service, The Tennessean, November 15, 1968. 

  64. The Price of Getting out the Truth, Daily Mirror (United Kingdom), December 23, 1968. 

  65. Russ Dissidents: Mental Hospital Used as Weapon: Evidence Indicates Regimes Thus Avoids Public Trials for Enforcing Conformity, by Richard Reston, the Los Angeles Times, May 31, 1969. 

  66. Protesting Soviet Poet Held in Mental Hospital, Los Angeles Times, the Boston Globe, June 1, 1969. 

  67.  Insanity: Soviet Word For Bucking The System, from the Los Angeles Times, St. Petersburg Times (St. Petersburg, Florida), June 1, 1969. 

  68. V. Boukovski devant ses juges, Esprit magazine (France), November 1969. 

  69. Review of ‘The Demonstration in Pushkin Square’, the Independent (Long Beach, California), December 18, 1969. 

  70. Soviet Union Also Has Dissident Element, by Associated Press, The Lawton Constitution and Morning Press (Lawton, Oklahoma), May 17, 1970. 

  71. Russian Dissident Describes Ordeal of Prison, Asylums, Chicago Tribune (Chicago Illinois), May 17, 1970. 

  72. He Speaks Out For Dissent in Soviet Union, by Holger Jensen, Associated Press Writer, The Miami Herald (Miami, Florida), May 17, 1970. 

  73. Russian Dissident’s Notes From Underground, by Holger Jensen, Associated Press, Daily News (New York), May 17, 1970. 

  74. Young Russian Dissident Tells The Price He Paid, by Associated Press, The La Crosse Tribune (La Crosse, Wisconsin), May 17, 1970. 

  75. A Russian Who Fights the Soviet System, by Associated Press, The San Francisco Examiner (San Francisco, California), May 17, 1970. 

  76. Young Soviet Dissenter, The Press and Sun Bulletin (Binghamton, New York), May 17, 1970. 

  77. Soviet Life Not Easy for Vladimir: Plenty of Prison Time Built by Critic of Inequities in the U.S.S.R., by Holger Jensen, Associated Press Moscow correspondent, Fort Worth Star Telegram (Fort Worth Texas), May 17, 1970. 

  78. Dissident Russ Student Spends Six of 27 Years Locked Up, by Holger Jensen, Associated Press Moscow correspondent, The South Bend Tribune (South Bend, Indiana), May 17, 1970. 

  79. Despite Persecution, Soviet Rebel Refuses To Accept Communist Life, by Holger Jensen, Associated Press Moscow correspondent, May 17, 1970. 

  80. Soviet Dissident Tells His Rather “Ordinary” Story, by Associated Press, the Post Crescent (Appleton, Wisconsin), May 17, 1970. 

  81. Soviet Rebel Currently Free, But Fearing Arrest, by Holger Jensen, Associated Press, the News and Observer (Raleigh, North Carolina), May 17, 1970. 

  82. A New Art Form, the Arizona Republic, June 16, 1970. 

  83. The Wretched State of the Russian Soul, by James F. Clarity, the San Francisco Examiner, June 28, 1970. 

  84. Inflammatory Tract: Soviet Bill of Rights, by Charles F. Ransom, the Des Moines Register (Des Moines, Iowa), July 1, 1970. 

  85. Russians Tell of Repression in Special Film, The Shreveport Journal (Shreveport, Louisiana), July 24, 1970. 

  86. Tonight’s Previews, Philadelphia Daily News, July 28, 1970. 

  87. Smuggled Tapes Tell of Soviet Repression, by Associated Press, the Los Angeles Times, July 28, 1970. 

  88. Soviets Tell of Prison Torture, by Associated Press, the Arizona Republic, July 28, 1970. 

  89. Smuggled Tapes Tell of Red Jail Torture, Associated Press, the Province, July 28, 1970. 

  90. Russian Dissent, an editorial, the Indianapolis News, July 30, 1970.

  91. Secret Film Inside Russia, the Sydney Morning Herald, July 30, 1970. 

  92. The Incredible Story of Resistance in Russia, by Chalmers M. Roberts, Longview Daily News, July 31, 1970. 

  93. Russia’s Free, Untrammeled Spirits, the Kansas City Star, July 31, 1970. 

  94. Voices From Russia Say Quest for Freedom Lives, by Chalmers Roberts, Washington Post, the Charlotte Observer, August 4, 1970. 

  95. Cole Calls His Interviews From Russia ‘Dead Story’, by Associated Press, Hope Star, August 5, 1970. 

  96. White Says TV Gave Americans View of Oppression in USSR, by Richard White, the Indianapolis Star, August 6, 1970. 

  97. U.S. Hears Rare Voices of Soviet Dissent, Boston Sunday Globe, August 16, 1970. 

  98. “Show Soviet Union a Free Man - They’ll Put Him Away”, Torbay Express And South Devon Echo (United Kingdom), September 1, 1970. 

  99. Up From Russia’s Underground, the Miami Herald, September 28, 1970.

  100. Mental Hospitals Russia’s New Political Jails, by Abraham Brumberg,Times Colonist, November 12, 1970. 

  101. Mental Hospitals ‘Cure’ Soviet Dissent, by Abraham Brumberg, the Sacramento Bee, November 22, 1970.Pravda Rips Dissidents as Lying Rascals, Associated Press, the Corpus Christi Caller Times (Corpus Christi, Texas), December 17, 1970.

  102. Bitter Soviet Attack on Solzhenitsyn, The Guardian, London, UK, December 18, 1970.

  103. Dissent in Russia, by Anthony Astrachan, Los Angeles Times - Washington Post Service, The Courier Journal, December 20, 1970. 

  104. Dissent Buys a Padded Cell, by Alan Dean of Copley News Service reporting from London, Daily News Post, December 24, 1970. 

  105. Growing Dissent Poses Dilemma for Kremlin, by Thomas W. Ottenad, St. Louis Post Dispatch, December 27, 1970. 

  106. Zbigniew Brzezinski: What Future for Soviet Power?, Encounter magazine, March 1970. 

  107. Kremlin Acts Against Dissidents, by Anthony Astrachan, the Guardian (London, UK), April 3, 1971. 

  108. Soviet Jews Tell of Killings, by Victor Zorza, the Guardian, (London, UK), April 3, 1971. 

  109. Red Rebel Faces 7 Years, by UPI, Daily News, April 3, 1971. 

  110. Russians Grab State Dissenter, the Province, April 6, 1971. 

  111. West Psychiatrists Urged to Help Russ Rebels, by Dusko Doder for the the Washington Post, the Capital Times, April 7, 1971. 

  112. Moscow Writer Leaves Record Of Interrogation, by Roger Leddington, Associated Press, the Times (Shreveport, Louisiana), April 11, 1971. 

  113. TBC

  114. How Soviets Deal With Dissent, by Roger Leddington, Associated Press Writer, Florence Morning News (Florence, South California), April 11, 1971. 

  115. Writer’s Account Recalls Interrogation for ‘Libel’, by Roger Leddington, Associated Press, the Daily Oklahoman (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma), April 11, 1971. 

  116. Inside the Soviets’ Mousetrap: A Dissenter Speaks Out, by Roger Leddington, Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York), April 11, 1971. 

  117. Captive Soviet Writer Leaves Record of His Interrogation, by Roger Leddington, the Bridgeport Post (Bridgeport, Connecticut), April 11, 1971. 

  118. Russian Dissenters “Efficiently” Handled, by Roger Leddington, Associated Press, the South Bend Tribune (South Bend, Indiana), April 11, 1971. 

  119. Secret report of interrogation left by Soviet writer, by Associated Press, Minneapolis Tribune, April 11, 1971. 

  120. Words of Defiance by a Soviet Writer, by Roger Leddington, Associated Press, the Kansas City Times, April 12, 1971. 

  121. A Russian Dissident Recalls Interrogation, by Roger Leddington, Associated Press Writer, Florida Today (Cocoa, Florida), April 18, 1971. 

  122. Mini-Moscow Rally Contrasted With Huge One in Washington, by Frank Starr, Chicago Tribune, 25 April 1971.

  123. Soviet KGB Questions Two Western Newsmen: Two Reporters Puled In For Information Concerning Well-Known Russian Dissidnet, by Harry Trimborn, the Los Angeles Times, September 18, 1971. 

  124. Two Western Newsmen Quizzed by Secret Police in Moscow, by James Yuenger, Chief of Moscow Bureau, Chicago Tribune, September 18, 1971. 

  125. Moscow Mother’s Plea: Son Not a “Madman”, by UPI, Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York), October 4, 1971. 

  126. Mother of Soviet “Rebel” Calls for Aid to Save Him, by Associated Press, the Vancouver Sun, October 4, 1971. 

  127. Mother Pleads for Gaoled Son, Birmingham Daily Post (United Kingdom), October 4, 1971. 

  128. Russ Asylum Stay For Writer Scored, by Associated Press, the San Francisco Examiner, October 5, 1971. 

  129. Detention of Soviet Intellectual Protested, by the New York Times News Service, Rutland Daily Herald (Rutland, Vermont), October 6, 1971. 

  130. Ask Russ Asylum to Free Writer, by Associated Press, Chicago Tribune, October 6, 1971. 

  131. Soviet Scientists Ask Release of Dissenter, by UPI, the Palm Beach Post, October 6, 1971. 

  132. With Insane Asylums Like This, Who Needs Prisons? By Hedrick Smith, Meriden Journal, October 11, 1971. 

  133. Soviet Poet Aids Defense Of Colleague, by Associated Press, Arizona Daily Star, October 12, 1971. 

  134. Russian Dissident Trial Ordered, by Associated Press, the Vancouver Sun, November 10, 1971. 

  135. Dissident Ruled Sane in Moscow: Incommunicado Since September, by Associated Press, the News Journal, November 10, 1971. 

  136. Bukovsky Ruled Sane, Faces Trial, by Associated Press, the San Francisco Examiner, November 10, 1971. 

  137. Russian Dissident Ruled Sane, by Associated Press, the Miami Herald, November 11, 1971. 

  138. Russ Dissident Judged Sane, Friends Report, by Associated Press, the Los Angeles Times, November 11, 1971. 

  139. Russian Rebel Termed Sane, To Face Trial, by UPI, the Tampa Tribune, November 11, 1971. 

  140. Hear Russ Dissident Bukovsky Is Ruled Sane, Will Face Trial, by James Yuenger, Chicago Tribune, November 11, 1971.

  141. Mother Asks Soviet Help, by Associated Press, the Herald News, December 9, 1971. 

  142. Podgorny’s Aid Sought For Writer, by Associated Press, the Miami Herald (Miami, Florida), December 10, 1971.

  143. Plea for son by Russian Mother, by Associated Press, the Kansas City Times, December 10, 1971.

  144. “Honest Lawyer” Retained To Help Soviet Dissident, by Associated Press, the Miami Herald, December 28, 1971. 

  145. Russian’s Plea, Birmingham Daily Post (United Kingdom), January 3, 1972. 

  146. Why One Soviet Became a Dissident, by Frank Starr, Chicago Tribune, 6 January 1972

  147. Bukovsky Convicted in Swift Moscow Trial, the Los Angeles Times, January 6, 1972. 

  148. L’ecrivain Bukovsky est juge a Moscou, Le Monde (France), January 6, 1972. 

  149. Soviet Activist Bukovsky Given Seven-Year Sentence, by Associated Press, Daily Press (Newport, Virginia), January 6, 1972. 

  150. Soviets Convict ‘Rebel’, by Associated Press, The Times Record (Troy, New York), January 6, 1972. 

  151. Bukovsky Convicted in Swift Moscow Trial, the Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, California), January 6, 1972. 

  152. Moscow Court Gives Dissident Stiff Sentence, by Peter J. Shaw, UPI, the Miami Herald, January 6, 1972. 

  153. Gaol and then exile for Soviet dissident, by AAP-Reuter, the Age (Melbourne, Australia), January 7, 1972. 

  154. Russian Society “Still Sick”, Birmingham Daily Post (United Kingdom), January 8, 1972. 

  155. Vladimir Bukovsky’s Crime, the Charlotte News, January 10, 1972. 

  156. Profile of Bukovsky: The Dissident in Russia, by Anthony Astrachan, the Washington Post, the Austin American (Austin, Texas), January 13, 1972. 

  157. Le KGB en blouse blanche, by Roger Dadoun, La Quinzaine Litteraire (France), January 15, 1972. 

  158. Soviet Literary Maverick Still Battling ‘Public Fear’, by Anthony Astrachan, the Los Angeles Times-Washington Post, Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Fort Worth, Texas), January 16, 1972. 

  159. Jailed Soviet Still Has Hope, by Anthony Astrachan, Washington Post Moscow Correspondent, Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York), January 16, 1972.

  160. Soviet Woman Battling for Retrial of Son, by Associated Press, the Montgomery Advertiser (Montgomery, Alabama), February 17, 1972. 

  161. Bukovsky Case Stirs Plea to U.N., by Associated Press, Honolulu Star Bulletin, January 22, 1972. 

  162. Soviet Dissidents Protest Trial to U.N. Chief, by Associated Press, the Miami Herald, January 23, 1972. 

  163. ‘Trial’ Reveals Mockery Of Justice in Soviet Union, by William L. Ryan, Associated Press, the Austin American (Austin, Texas), February 24, 1972. 

  164. Challenge to big brother, by Abraham Brumberg, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), January 26, 1972. 

  165.     163. Le Vrai Visage de Vladimir Boukovsky, by Arkady and Dmitry Stolypin, Ecrits de Paris magazine (France), April 1972. 

  166.     164. Boukovsky en proces, by Andre Martin, Etudes magazine (France), April 1972. 

  167.     165. The Seeds Of Discontent, by Charlotte Saikowski, The Christian Science Monitor News Service, Daily Independent Journal (San Rafael, California), April 29, 1972. 

  168. Galanskov: Ce Rimbaud russe mort dans un camp, by Philippe Bernert, L’Aurore (France), November 12, 1972. 

  169. How “Hooligan” Died of Non-Sickness, by Stephens Broening, Associated Press, the Miami Herald, November 13, 1972. 

  170. Abuse, Death of Imprisoned Soviet Poet Revealed, the Times (United Kingdom), November 13, 1972. 

  171. The Death of a Russian Poet — the Consequences of Free Thought, the Shreveport Times (Shreveport, Louisiana), November 25, 1972. 

  172. A Voice Out Of Russia, by Jay Axelbank, the Observer (London, United Kingdom), December 3, 1972. 

  173. Police Threatening Me, Russian Writer Claims, by Frank Crepeau, Associated Press, the Miami Herald, August 29, 1973. 

  174. Dissident spurns freedom offer, by William L. Ryan, Associated Press, the Park City Daily News (Bowling Green, Kentucky), October 5, 1973. 

  175. Soviet Writer Rejects Freedom For Silence, by William L. Ryan, Associated Press, Alabama Journal, October 5, 1973. 

  176. Freedom Rejected, by William L. Ryan, Associated Press, Spokane Daily Chronicle (Spokane, Washington), October 5, 1973. 

  177. Imprisoned Writer Won’t Vow Silence, by William L. Ryan, Associated Press, The Miami Herald (Miami, Florida), October 6, 1973. 

  178. Dissident Won’t Sell His Silence, by William L. Ryan, Associated Press, Fort Lauderdale News and Sun-Sentinel, October 7, 1973. 

  179.  A Question of Madness, by David Spark, Birmingham Daily Post (United Kingdom), October 8, 1973. 

  180. Sakharov demande a Pompidou d’intervenir pour Bukovsky, L’Aurore (France), January 30, 1974. 

  181. Russ Rebel’s Mom Offers Life for Son, by Associated Press, Austin American-Statesman (Austin, Texas), March 24, 1974.

  182. Mom in Plea for Rebel, by Associated Press, Daily News (New York, New York), March 25, 1974.

  183. The Right to Dissent: a photographic record of the men and women of the Soviet Union who dare to speak out against the system, by Peter Reddaway and Jonathan Steele, the Sunday Times Magazine (United Kingdom), April 14, 1974. 

  184. Dissident dying in jail, by UPI, The Pocono Record (Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania), April 17, 1974.

  185.  Nina Bukovsky, mother of imprisoned Soviet dissenter Vladimir Bukovsky, appealed to United States Senator Edward Kennedy, Red Deer Advocate (Red Deer, Alberta, Canada), April 24, 1974. 

  186. Help! by Vladimir Nabokov, the Observer (London, United Kingdom), May 26, 1974. 

  187. Vladimir Maximov Interview, Encounter magazine, June 1974.

  188. Russian Dissident Plans Hunger Strike, by Associated Press, the Times (San Mateo, California), June 28, 1974. 

  189. Nixon and Brezhnev Sign Nuclear Pact, Aberdeen Evening Express (United Kingdom), June 29, 1974. 

  190. I’ll Starve Says Russian H-Bomb Man, Daily Mirror (United Kingdom), June 29, 1974. 

  191. Soviet Dissident Reported Ill, by Associated Press, the Des Moines Register (Des Moines, Iowa), November 26, 1974. 

  192. Two Soviet prisoners write handbook for dissidents, by Associated Press, Chicago Tribune, December 26, 1974. 

  193. Bukovsky: an act of betrayal, by G. A. Low-Beer, Consultant Psychiatrist, Horton Hospital, Epsom, Surrey, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), February 6, 1975. 

  194. Bukovsky must not die! by Amnesty International and the Bay Area Council on Soviet Jewry, the San Francisco Examiner, April 20, 1975. 

  195. "Как это начиналось", Автор: Варлам Шаламов, "Новый журнал", июнь 1975 г. 

  196. Nina Bukovsky, mother of Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovsky, says she visited her son in a prison camp in the Urals and he appeared pale and thin but cheerful. By Star-Telegram Wire Services, Fort Worth Star Telegram (Forth Worth, Texas), June 10, 1975. 

  197. Russia dissident cheerful: mother, by Associated Press, the Ottawa Citizen (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada), June 11, 1975. 

  198. Jailed Dissident Reported Cheerful, Dayton Daily News (Dayton, Ohio), June 19, 1975. 

  199. L’agonie d’un dissident sovietique: Le combat exemplaire due Vladimir Bukovsky, by Thierry Wolton, Liberation (France), July 9, 1976. 

  200. Reds Reduce Activist’s Rations, Springfield Leader and Press (Springfield, Missouri), August 19, 1975). 

  201. Russian dissident to diet, by Associated Press, Austin American-Statesman (Austin, Texas), August 20, 1975. 

  202. Dissident put on hunger punishment, Birmingham Daily Post (United Kingdom), August 20, 1975. 

  203. Activist on ‘strict regime’, The Gazette (Montreal, Quebec, Canada), August 20, 1975. 

  204. Rations Reduced, by Associated Press, El Paso Times (El Paso, Texas), August 20, 1975.

  205. The Russian Nightmare, Daily Mirror (United Kingdom), February 23, 1976. 

  206. Some Days In The Life Of Vladimir Bukovsky, by Penny Valentine, Street Life newspaper (United Kingdom), March 20 - April 2, 1976. 

  207. L’Envol Des Canards Sauvages: Quel rapport entre Boukosky, dissident soviétique interne et les prolétaires de Saint-Nazaire? by Pierre Joffroy, Liberation, September 17, 1976. 

  208. Pour Boukovski et Les Autres. Plouchtch a la Mutualité: “Il n’y a pas de difference entre tous ces regimes”, Liberation (France), October 22, 1976. 

  209. Vladimir Bukovsky, by David Markham, The Stage (United Kingdom), October 28, 1976. 

  210. Soviets to release man, by Reuter, The Windsor Star (Windsor, Ontario, Canada), December 17, 1976. 

  211. Soviet dissident, Chilean traded, by Reuter, Calgary Herald (Calgary, Alberta, Canada), December 17, 1976. 

  212. Russ Dissident to Be Traded for Chilean, by Robert C. Toth, the Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, California), December 18, 1976. 

  213. Soviets exchange a dissident for Chilean Communist chief, by UPI, The Californian (Salinas, California), December 18, 1976. 

  214. Soviet, Chile said to trade two prominent dissidents, the Baltimore Sun (Baltimore, Maryland), December 18, 1976. 

  215. Leaving Russia, the Herald (Jasper, Indiana), December 18, 1976. 

  216. Prisoner swap OK’d by Russia, by UPI, the Billings Gazette (Billings, Montana), December 18, 1976. 

  217. Professor Relates Soviet Mother’s Story, by Terese Karmel, Hartford Courant (Hartford, Connecticut), December 18, 1976. 

  218. U.S.S.R. Freeing Dissident, by UPI, Hartford Courant (Hartford, Connecticut), December 18, 1976. 

  219. Russia, Chile to Swap 2 Political Prisoners, by Associated Press, Daily News (New York), December 18, 1976. 

  220. Freedom for a Russian Rebel, by Frederick Wills, Daily Mirror (United Kingdom), December 18, 1976. 

  221. A Swiss Walk to Freedom, Liverpool Echo, December 18, 1976. 

  222. Political Swap by Chile, USSR, by D&C Wire Services, Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York), December 18, 1976. 

  223. Bukovsky Glad To Be Free After 11 Years, by the New York Times News Service, Daily Press (Newport News, Virginia), December 19, 1976. 

  224. World pressure helped free Bukovsky, by Gebert A. Lewthwaite, The Baltimore Sun (Baltimore, Maryland), December 19, 1976. 

  225. Chile trades prisioner for Soviet dissident, by Associated Press, the Arizona Republic, December 19, 1976. 

  226. Chilean Communist, Soviet Dissident Swapped, by Associated Press, Pensacola News Journal (Pensacola, Florida), December 19, 1976. 

  227. Soviet Dissident Gains Freedom in Exchange, by Herald Wire Services, the Miami Herald, December 19, 1976. 

  228. Russian dissident swapped for Chilean, by UPI, the Press Democrat (Santa Rosa, California), December 19, 1976. 

  229. Soviet Dissident, Chilean Exchanged, by UPI, The Scrantonian Sun, December 19, 1976. 

  230. Soviets Swap Dissident Author For Chilean, by Victor Lusinchi, Rutland Daily Herald (Rutland, Vermont), December 19, 1976.Exchange made; political prisoners rest in new lands, by Associated Press, The Honolulu Advertiser (Honolulu, Hawaii), December 19, 1976. 

  231. Chile, Soviet Union swap prisoners in Swiss airport, combed from Associated Press, UPI wires, St. Petersburg Times (St. Petersburg, Florida), December 19, 1976. 

  232. Prisoners Swapped in U.S.-Aided Deal, by Associated Press, The Orlando Sentinel (Orlando, Florida), December 19, 1976. 

  233. Russia, Chile Officials Make Prisoner Exchange, by UPI, The Hays Daily News (Hays, Kansas), December 19, 1976. 

  234. Soviets, Chile exchange prisoners, by Associated Press, Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, Wisconsin), December 19, 1976. 

  235. U.S. Greased Prisoner Swap, by UPI, Kingsport Times-News (Kingsport, Tennessee), December 19, 1976. 

  236. Soviet Dissident, Red Swapped, by Jose Torres, Associated Press, The Tennessean (Nashville, Tennessee), December 19, 1976. 

  237. TBC

  238. Soviet, Chilean exiles exchanged, by Associated Press, Corsicana Daily Sun (Corsicana, Texas), December 19, 1976. 

  239. Russian, Chilean swapped, by UPI, the Argus Sun (Fremont-Newark, California), December 19, 1976. 

  240. Dissident Bukovsky Freed, by Associated Press, The Montgomery Advertiser (Montgomery, Alabama), December 19, 1976. 

  241. Soviet Dissident Exchanged, by UPI, Alexandria Daily Town Talk, December 19, 1976. 

  242. Security Tight at Political Prisoner Swap, by Victor Lusinchi, the New York Times writer, the Salt Lake City Tribune, December 19, 1976. 

  243. High noon exchange on Zurich tarmac, by Peter Hulm, the Observer, December 19, 1976. 

  244. Political prisoners exchanged, by Associated Press, Sunday Telegram (Elmira, New York), December 19, 1976. 

  245. Boukovski-Corvalan reviennent des entres, Liberation (France), December 19, 1976.

  246. Soviets, Chile swap prisoners, by UPI, Tallahassee Democrat, December 19, 1976. 

  247. Bukovsky to fight Soviet repression, by UPI, The Greenville News (Greenville, South Carolina), December 20, 1976. 

  248. Bukovsky attacks Soviet maneuver, by Associated Press, The Lincoln Star (Lincoln, Nebraska), December 20, 1976. 

  249. Boukovski: “Dans notre prison, c’était pire depuis les accords d’Helsinki”, L’Aurore (France), December 20, 1976. 

  250. Battle of wits starts after prisoner swap, by Hella Pick and Gareth Parry, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), December 20, 1976. 

  251. Bukovsky feels like ‘prisoner on holiday’, by Reuter, The Boston Globe (Boston, Massachusetts), December 20, 1976. 

  252. Soviet dissident says conditions worsened in prisons after Helsinki accord, by Associated Press, the Morning Record (Meriden, Connecticut), December 20, 1976. 

  253. Le “Troc” Humain Condamne: Apres la liberation de Boukovsky et Corvalan, La Nouvelle Republique (France), December 20, 1976. 

  254. Bukovsky Says Life Rougher After Helsinki Agreement, by Associated Press, Asbury Park Press (New Jersey), December 20, 1976. 

  255. Bukovsky Denounces Soviet Conditions, by Associated Press, The Burlington Free Press (Burlington, Vermont), December 20, 1976. 

  256. Bukovsky Blasts Helsinki Pact, by Hanns Neuerbourg, Associated Press, the Tennessean, December 20, 1976. 

  257. Russian Vladimir Bukovsky Tells Of Soviet Prison Conditions, by Associated Press, Hobbs Daily News (Hobbs, New Mexico), December 20, 1976. 

  258. Helsinki Pact Hurt Prisoners: Bukovsky, by Associated Press, Green Bay Press-Gazette (Wisconsin), December 20, 1976. 

  259. Dissident Reports: Helsinki Accord Hurt Prisoners, by Associated Press, Spokane Daily Chronicle (Spokane, Washington), December 20, 1976. 

  260.     258. Helsinki Agreement made life harder for Soviet prisoners, by Associated Press, Corsicana Daily Sun (Corsicana, Texas), December 20, 1976. 

  261.     259. Vladimir Bukovsky: Human Rights Fighter Slaps Soviet Union, by Associated Press, the York Dispatch (York, PA), December 20, 1976. 

  262.     260. Russian Tells Of Hard Prison Life, by Associated Press, the Sacramento Bee, December 20, 1976. 

  263. Bukovsky vows to do battle for rights in Soviet Union, from news services, the Berkshire Eagle (Pittsfield, Massachusetts), December 20, 1976. 

  264. Freed Soviet Activist Vows To Aid Others, by Associated Press, Clarion Ledger (Jackson, Mississippi), December 20, 1976. 

  265. Freed Soviet Inmate Says Pact Tough in Prisons, by Associated Press, the Leavenworth Times (Leavenworth, Kansas), December 20, 1976. 

  266. Freed Soviet Dissident Lashes Reds’ Policies, by Combined Dispatches, Daily News (New York), December 20, 1976. 

  267. Dedicates Life To Human Rights, by UPI, the Hanford Sentinel (Hanford, California), December 20, 1976. 

  268. Treatment worse after Helsinki: Bukovsky, by Associated Press, the Leader Post (Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada), December 20, 1976. 

  269. Rights Pact Hurt Soviet Prisoners? By Associated Press, the Charlotte Observer, December 20, 1976. 

  270. Political Prisoner Trade May Force Castro To Swap Longtime Jailed Foe, the Charlotte Observer, December 20, 1976. 

  271. Dissident Pair Freed In Negotiated Swap, by Associated Press, Panama City News Herald (Panama City, Florida), December 20, 1976. 

  272. Soviet Dissident Says USSR Still Feels West Its Enemy, by Associated Press, the Danville Register (Danville, Virginia), December 20, 1976. 

  273. Prisoners in the Kremlin, Daily Mirror (United Kingdom), December 20, 1976. 

  274. Freed Dissident is “Emaciated”, Birmingham Daily Post (United Kingdom), December 20, 1976. 

  275. “Que souhaitez-vous a Brejnev pour son 70eme anniversaire? D’être échangé contre Pinochet” declare Boukovski libre, a Zurich, Liberation, December 20, 1976. 

  276. Nephew Holds up Bukovsky, by Reuter, the Birmingham Post (United Kingdom), December 21, 1976. 

  277. Poetic welcome for Corvalan, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), December 22, 1976. 

  278. Soviet Jews detained at symposium, by Hella Pick, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), December 22, 1976. 

  279. Apres Boukovski-Corvalan: Madame Claustre Echangee Contre Le Tueur De L’Oise, Charlie Hebdo (France), December 23, 1976. 

  280. Boukovski S’ Adresse a Vous, Liberation (France), December 23, 1976. 

  281. Bukovsky - New Terror Claim, Birmingham Daily Post (United Kingdom), December 28, 1976. 

  282. Dice Bukovsky que luchara por libertad de Matos, por Luis Munoz, UPI, El Miami Herald, December 24, 1976. 

  283. Communist View on Prisoner Swop, West Lothian Courier (United Kingdom), December 24, 1976. 

  284. Inside report of Russia’s brutal camps, by UPI, the San Francisco Examiner, December 26, 1976. 

  285. Exile: Inmate Protesters Suffer, by UPI, the Miami Herald, December 26, 1976. 

  286. Friends of rebel suffer, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), December 28, 1976. 

  287. Russian’s Family Can Stay7, Daily Mirror (United Kingdom), December 28, 1976. 

  288. Dissident tells of Soviet prison life, by Associated Press, St. Joseph Gazette (St. Joseph, Missouri), December 29, 1976. 

  289. The Lonely Campaigners Who Freed Vladimir Bukovsky, The Guardian (London, United Kingdom), December 29, 1976. 

  290. Writer seeks asylum, The Lincoln Star (Lincoln, Nebraska), December 31, 1976. 

  291. The Kremlin takes revenge, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), December 31, 1976. 

  292. Vladimir Bukovsky Seeks New Home, The Missoulian (Missoula, Montana), January 2, 1977.

  293. Dissident in London, The Orlando Sentinel (Orlando, Florida), January 4, 1977. 

  294. Freed Russian Flies in With Thanks, Aberdeen Evening Express (United Kingdom), January 4, 1977. 

  295. The freed Soviet dissident, Vladimir Bukovsky, flew Ito a frosty London today praising “the great British tradition of democracy and freedom”, Liverpool Echo (United Kingdom), January 4, 1977. 

  296. Bukovsky to discuss abuse, Florida Today (Cocoa, Florida), January 5, 1977. 

  297. Dissident Trio are Accused by TASS, Birmingham Daily Post (United Kingdom), January 5, 1977. 

  298. Soviet rebel arrives, by Hella Pick, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), January 5, 1977. 

  299. Soviets mistreat political prisoners, says dissident, by UPI, Edmonton Journal (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada), January 5, 1977.

  300. Un Entretien Avec M. Vladimir Boukovski. Le problème des détenus politiques est indivisible et universel, Le Monde (France), January 5, 1977.  

  301. Vladimir’s way with the Kremlin, by Hella Pick, The Guardian (London, UK), January 6, 1977. 

  302. Bids to debrief Bukovsky, by Hella Pick, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), January 6, 1977. 

Soviet History Lessons archive library is currently in possession of the following book titles, available to researchers and journalists. More titles are in the process of being acquired. Please refer all enquires to alissa@SovietHistoryLessons.com

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Alexander Herzen Foundation. (1976). The Trial of Ten Crimean Tatars in Tashkent 1969. An Illustrated collection of documents. Amsterdam. 

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Amalrik, Andrei. (1970). Involuntary Journey to Siberia. A Helen and Kurt Wolff Book. Harecourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc., New York. 

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Amalrik, Andrei. (1970). L'Union soviétique survivra-t-elle en 1984? Traduit du russe par Michel Tatu. Préface de Alain Besançon. 

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Amalrik, Andrei. (1970). Will the Soviet Union Survive Until 1984? Harper & Row, New York.  

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Amarasuriya, Harini; Kelly, Tobias; Maunaguru, Sidharthan; Oustinova-Stepanovic, Galina; Spencer, Jonathan (Eds.) (2020). The Intimate Life of Dissent: Anthropological Perspectives. UCL Press, London.

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American Federation of Labor and Congress of of Industries Organizations.  (1975). Solzhenitsyn: The Voice of Freedom. Washington, D.C. 

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Amster, Gerald; Absell, Bernard. (1986). Transit Point Moscow. Kensington Publishing Corporation, New York

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Amstutz, Bruce J. (1986). Afghanistan: the First Five Years of Soviet Occupation. National Defense University, Washington, D.C. 

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Amnesty International Report. (1980). Prisoners of Conscience in the USSR: Their Treatment and Conditions. Printed by Hogbin, Poole (printers), Sydney, Australia. 

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Baier, Bret; Whitney, Catherine. (2018). Three Days in Moscow: Ronald Reagan and the Fall of the Soviet Empire. William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers.  

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Baigell, Renee, Baigell, Matthew. (1995). Soviet Dissident Artists: Interviews after Perestroika. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 

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Barghoorn, Frederick. (1976). Detente and the Democratic Movement in the USSR. The Free Press, a division of Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc. New York - London.  

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Barmine, Alex. (2017). One Who Survived: The Life of a Russian Under the Soviets. Eschenburg Press. 

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Berson, Robin Kadison. (1999). Young Heroes in World History. GreenwoodPress, Westport, Connecticut. (Includes chapter on Vladimir Bukovsky).

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Besançon, Alain. (1981). The Rise of the GULAG: Intellectual Origins of Leninism. Continuum, New York. 

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Besançon, Alain. (1978). The Soviet Syndrome. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, New York. 

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Besançon, Alain (1968). Psychoanalysis: Auxiliary Science or Historical Method? Journal of Contemporary History. 

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Bethell, Nicholas. (1995). Spies and Other Secrets. Penguin Group. (Includes chapter on Vladimir Bukovsky).

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Bloch, Sidney, Reddaway, Peter. (1978). Dissident oder geisteskrank? Mißbrauch der Psychiatrie in der Sowjetunion. Piper, München. Vorwort Wladimir Bukowski.

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Bloch, Sidney, Reddaway, Peter. (1977). Russia’s Political Hospitals. Hutchinson of Australia in conjunction with Victor Gollancz Ltd., London. Introduction by Vladimir Bukovsky. 

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Bloch, Sideny; Reddaway, Peter. (1984). Soviet Psychiaric Abuse. Victor Gollancz Ltd., London.

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Boekovski, Vladimir. (1979). Kasteel Tussen Vier Muren: Uit Het Leven Van Een Russisch Dissident. Spectrum, Utrecht / Antwerpen.

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Böll, Heinrich. (1983). Über Wladimir Bukowski, “Dieser sprechende Schmerz der Freiheit”. In Feindbild und Frieden: Schriften und Reden 1982-1983. Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag, München.

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Boobbyer, Philip. (2005). Conscience, Dissent and Reform in Soviet Russia. Routledge, London & New York. 

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Boukovski, Vladimir. (1991). La Union Sovietica: De la Utopia al Desastre. Arias Montano Editores, Madrid.  

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Boukovski, Vladimir. (1979). Lettre ouverte a M. Francis Ronalds, Directeur de Radio Liberty.  In Continent: Smrkovski, Sakharov, Goerling, Groudzinkski, Boukovski. Editions Gallimard, Paris. (Letter written in 1976). 

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Boukovski, Vladimir. (1971). L’Aquarium, Les Etoiles, Le Petit Village, Un minus, Une question incoherente posée au docteur, Le Sonneur. In Revel, Jean-Francois (Ed). Literature Russe Clandestine. Albin Michel, Paris. (Stories written in 1962 and 1966). 

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Boukovski, Vladimir, Fertilio, Dario, Courtois, Stéphane. (2007). Mémento Goulag : Mémoire et jugement du communisme. Editions Cujas, Paris. 

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Boukovski, Vladimir. (1990). URSS: de l’utopie au desastre. Robert Laffont, Paris.  

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Boukovski, Vladimir. (1990). URSS : de l'utopie au désastre. Hachette, Paris.  

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Boukovsky, Vladimir. (1981). Cette lancinante douleur de la liberté. Edition du Club France Loisirs, Paris. 

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Boukovsky, Vladimir. (1981). Cette lancinante douleur de la liberté. Coedition Robert Laffont - Opera Mundi, Paris. 

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Boukovsky, Vladimir. (1981). Cette lancinante douleur de la liberté. Coedition Robert Laffont - Opera Mundi, Paris. 

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Boukovsky, Vladimir. (1978). …et le vent reprend ses tours. Coeditions Robert Laffont - Opera Mundi, Paris. 

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Boukovsky, Vladimir. (1978). …et le vent reprend ses tours. Editions du Club France Loisirs, Paris, avec l’autorisation des editions Robert Laffont et d’Opera Mundi. 

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Boukovsky, Vladimir. (1982). Les pacifistes contre la paix: Nouvelle lettre aux Occidentaux. Robert Laffont, Paris. 

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Boukovsky, Vladimir. (2005). L’Union européenne, une nouvelle URSS? Editions du Rocher, Monaco. 

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Boukovsky, Vladimir. (1976). Uma nova doença mental na URSS: A oposicao. Coleccao Documentos. Fernando Ribeiro de Mello / Edições Afrodite, Barcelos. 

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Boukovsky, Vladimir. (1971). Une Nouvelle Maladie Mentale en URSS: L’Opposition. Editions du Seuil, Paris. 

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Boukovsky, Wladimir. (1967). Une Question Saugrenue au Docteur. In Le Chemin De Croix Des Jeunes Ecrivains Russes. Possev-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main. 

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Brezhneva, Luba. (1995). The World I Left Behind: Pieces of a Past. Random House.

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Brodsky, Joseph. Collector's Item (an essay on Kim Philby). In On Grief and Reason: Essays. Penguin Classics, 2011. First published in the USA by Farrar Straus Giruoux in 1995. First published in the UK by Hamish Hamilton in 1995. 

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Brodsky, Joseph. On Tyranny. In Less Than One: Selected Essays. Penguin Classics, 2011. Originally published in the USA by Farrar Straus Giroux in 1986. First published in the UK by Viking in 1986. 

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Brown, Charles J., Lago, Armando, M. (1991). The Politics of Psychiatry in Revolutionary Cuba. Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, USA. Introduction by Vladimir Bukovsky. 

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Bukovski, Vladimir. (2002). Bukovsky La Sighet. Fundatia Academia Civica, Bucuresti. 

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Bukovskii, Vladimir. (1978). El Viento Sopla Otra Vez. Vergara, São Paulo. 

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Bukovskij, Vladimir. (1999). Gli archivi secret di Mosca. Spirali, Milano, 1999. 

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Bukovskij, V.; Gluzman, S. (1979). Guida Psichiatrica per Dissidenti. Edizioni d'Erba Voglio, Italy. 

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Bukovskij, Vladimir, Gerascenko, Igor, Ledin, Michael, Ratusinskaja, Irina, Suvorov, Viktor. (1994). Il Convoglio D’Oro. Spirali / Vel, Milano. 

303. Bukovsky enjoyed quiet, San Antonio Express News (San

          Antonio, Texas), January 8, 1977. 

304.Novelist Supports Protest Vigil, Kensington Post (United

         Kingdom), January 7, 1977. 

305. Refuge at Last for Bukovsky, Belfast Telegraph (United

          Kingdom), January 8, 1977. 

306. Bukovsky - Sakharov: A Question of Inner Freedom, by Andrew

          Wilson, the Observer, January 9, 1977. 

307. Liberation publie: Les notes de prison de Vladimir Boukovski, Liberation (France), January 11, 1977. 

308. No Contact with Soviets, Newcastle Evening Chronicle (United Kingdom), January 13, 1977. 

309. Russian Rebel Lashes Big Jim, by Charles Lyte, Daily Mirror (United Kingdom), January 14, 1977. 

310. Public opinion frees dissenter, by Peter Worthington, The Star-Phoenix (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada), January 15, 1977. 

311. No more censorship for Bukovsky, by Sid Collins, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), January 15, 1977. 

312. Boukovski a Paris pour la Greve de la Faim des 30 Dissidents de Vladimir, Liberation (France), January 16, 1977. 

313. M.P. to Probe Bukovsky Snub, Newcastle Journal (United Kingdom), January 17, 1977. 

314. M.P.’s Claim, Aberdeen Press and Journal (United Kingdom), January 17, 1977. 

315. Bukovsky at Commons, Belfast Telegraph (United Kingdom), January 17, 1977. 

316. Bukovsky Protest, Birmingham Daily Post (United Kingdom), January 17, 1977. 

317. Les Yeux de Boukovski, L’Aurore (France), January 17, 1977. 

318. Switzerland has given asylum to the family of Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovsky, Edmonton Journal (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada), January 21, 1977. 

319. We Must Work Towards Democracy Here, Strathearn Herald, January 22, 1977. 

320. Boukovski demain a St. Nazaire. La rencontre d’une ville et des dissidents soviétiques. Dans le cadre de la creation collective du “Canard Sauvage” par Armand Gatti et la Tribu, Liberation (France), February 3, 1977. 

321. Vladimir Boukovski a St. Nazaire, Liberation (France), February 4, 1977. 

322. Loud demands for human rights keep Soviet bloc rulers on hot seat, by Nicholas Carroll, the Gazette (Montreal, Canada), February 7, 1977. 

323. Pliouchtch et Boukovski a Saint-Nazaire. “La Loire salue la Kolima”, Liberation (France), February 7, 1977. 

324. Les Notes De Boukovski. La Medicine a la Prison Vladimir, Liberation (France), January 13, 1977. 

323. Bukovsky Issues Writ, Newcastle Journal (United Kingdom), February 18, 1977. 

324. Soviets Protest, the Lexington Herald (Lexington, Kentucky), February 19, 1977. 

325. The Dissidents Challenge to Moscow, Time magazine, February 21, 1977. 

326. Meeting with author postponed, Belfast Telegraph (United Kingdom), February 22, 1977. 

327. TASS launches Bukovsky attack, by Associated Press, Longview Daily News (Longview, Washington), February 24, 1977. 

328. Dissident Urges Trade-Rights Ties, The Los Angeles Times, The Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, North Carolina, February 24, 1977. 

329. Bukovsky Seeks Free World Aid in Russia, by UPI, the Republic (Columbus, Indiana), February 24, 1977. 

330. Bukovsky Urges “Relentless” U.S. Stand on Human Rights, by Oswald Johnston, the Los Angeles Times, February 24, 1977. 

331. U.S. Courting Criminals, Says Soviet News Agency, by UPI, the Star Express (Indiana), February 25, 1977. 

332. Bukovsky: Meany is ‘a rock of democracy’, by Wilfred C. Rogers, The Boston Globe (Boston, Massachusetts), February 26, 1977. 

333. Bukovsky’s conference ends abruptly, by Pat Ordovensky, The Morning News (Wilmington, Delaware), March 1, 1977. 

334. President will meet Bukovsky, by Andrew J. Glass, Cox News Service, the Miami News, March 1, 1977. 

335. President Meeting With Ex-Convict From Russia, by Associated Press, the Indianapolis News (Indiana), March 1, 1977. 

336. Carter, Bukovsky review concept of human rights, by Associated Press, The Pantagraph (Bloomington, Illinois), March 2, 1977. 

337. Dissident Praises Carter Rights Stand, by Associated Press, The Orlando Sentinel (Orlando, Florida), March 2, 1977. 

338. President launches Friendship Force, Associated Press, Albany Democrat Herald, March 2, 1977. 

339. Bukovsky grateful to Carter, by Associated Press, Johnson City Press-Chronicle (Johnson City, Tennessee), March 2, 1977. 

340. ‘I’m A Free Man Inside. Bukovsky: Life Was Prisons, Insane Asylums’, by Associated Press, The Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, North Carolina), March 2, 1977. 

341. Carter receives Soviet dissident, The Billings Gazette (Billings, Montana), March 2, 1977.

342. Carter Keeps Low Key, by Raymond R. Coffey, Chicago Daily News, The Parsons Sun (Parsons, Kansas), March 2, 1977. 

343. Carter meets with Soviet dissident, by Associated Press, The Des Moines Register (Des Moines, Iowa), March 2, 1977. 

344. Bukovsky Lauds Carter’s Policy Of Pressuring Soviets On Rights, by the Associated Press, Fort Lauderdale News (Fort Lauderdale, Florida), March 2, 1977. 

345. Bukovsky: Near-Legend To Dissidents, by the New York Times News Service, Fort Lauderdale News (Fort Lauderdale, Florida), March 2, 1977. 

346. Bukovsky has brief meeting with Carter, by Associated Press, Stevens Point Journal (Stevens Point, Wisconsin), March 2, 1977. 

347. Carter meets dissident Bukovsky, by Associated Press, Arizona Daily Star (Tucson, Arizona), March 2, 1977. 

348. Dissident Bukovsky praises Carter after meet, by Associated Press, Portage Daily Register (Portage, Wisconsin), March 2, 1977. 

349. Dissident’s quiet White House visit, by Raymond R. Coffey, Chicago Daily News, The San Francisco Examiner (San Francisco, California), March 2, 1977. 

350. Carter greets Soviet exile, by the New York Times Service, Austin American Statesman (Texas), March 2, 1977. 

351. Bukovsky Lauds Carter Human Right Campaign, by Associated Press, Green Bay Press-Gazette (Green Bay, Wisconsin), March 2, 1977. 

352. Carter and Mondale Are Bukovsky’s Hosts, by UPI, Daily News (New York), March 2, 1977. 

353. Soviets terse on meeting between Carter, Bukovsky, by UPI, Greeley Daily Tribune (Greeley, Colorado), March 2, 1977. 

354. Soviet exile sees Carter, Modale at White House, by UPI, the Bangor Daily News (Bangor, Maine), March 2, 1977. 

355. Carter a Boukovski: “Salut, Je M’Appelle Jimmy Carter”, Libération (France), March 3, 1977. 

356. Bukovsky Is Hero To Russian Dissidents, by The New York Times News Service, St. Louis Post-Dispatch (St. Louis, Missouri), March 3, 1977. 

357. Jimmy Carter’s Not Timid — Or So He Says, by John Crown, the Atlanta Constitution, March 5, 1977. 

358. Bukovsky: A rebel from age 12, by Ludmilla Thorne, New York Times, the Des Monies Register, March 5, 1977. 

359. Ashbrook Meets Expelled Russian, the Coshocton Tribune, March 6, 1977. 

360. Meany takes on Soviet Union, by Marquis Childs, United Feature Syndicate, the Argus (East Moline, Illinois), March 8, 1977. 

361. Carter Gutsy To Meet Bukovsky, by John D. Lofton Jr., York Daily Record (York, Pennsylvania), March 9, 1977. 

362. No pictures exhibits timidity, by John D. Lofton Jr., The Clarksdale Press Register (Clarksdale, Mississippi), March 9, 1977. 

363. Carter shows off his mettle, by William A. Rusher, a Universal Press Syndicated columnist, The San Bernardino County Sun (San Bernardino, California), March 10, 1977. 

364. Carter’s discover of human rights, by William F. Buckley, Jr., St. Petersburg Times (St. Petersburg, Florida), March 10, 1977. 

365. Soviet dissenter Vladimir Bukovsky says unrestricted trade between the United States and the Soviet Union strengthens the “slavery’ of his people, The Boston Globe (Boston, Massachusetts), March 11, 1977. 

366. Soviets caught by persistence of freedom: It’s like grass through concrete, by Paul Greenberg, Freelance Syndicates, the Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, Illinois), March 12, 1977. 

367. Carter Plays Both Sides With Bukovsky, by John D. Lofton, Jr., The Amarillo Globe-Times (Amarillo, Texas), March 14, 1977. 

368. Would You Stand up and be Counted? by Iris Murdoch, Daily Mirror (United Kingdom), March 15, 1977. 

369. The Visitor From Gulag, by Paul Greenberg, the Shreveport Journal (Louisiana), March 22, 1977. 

370. Mr. Vladimir Bukovsky, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), April 10, 1978. 

371. Forced labor built Norilsk, by CP, the Leader Post (Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada), May 9, 1977. 

372. Carter’s human rights campaign hits Soviets but ignores China, Iran by Gwynne Dyer, the Gazette (Montreal, Canada), May 10, 1977. 

373. The Serbsky Treatment, by E. Fuller Torrey, Psychology Today magazine, June 1977. 

374. The Insanity In Russian Punishment, by Ludmilla Thorne, New York Times News Co., St. Louis Post Dispatch (St. Louis, Missouri), June 12, 1977. 

375. E. Germany Swaps 11 For Chilean Red, The Pittsburgh Press (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania), June 20, 1977.  

376. Psychiatrists urged to condemn abuses, by John Andrew, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), July 21, 1977.  

377. Russia Misuses Psychiatry as a Political Weapon, by Anthony Masters, Birmingham Daily Post (United Kingdom), July 23, 1977. 

378. Red Leader Visit, Reading Evening Post, August 11, 1977. 

379. Crossfire, Harrow Observer, August 30, 1977. 

380. Interview mit Wladimir Bukowsky, by E. Fuller Torrey, Psychologie Heute (Germany), September 1977. 

381. Free Speech, by Peter Hillmore, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), November 3, 1977. 

382. Soviet exile survives imprisonment, by Chicago Tribune Service, The Dispatch (Moline, Illinois), November 21, 1977. 

383. Food from the victors for famished friend and foe, New World magazine (Manchester, United Kingdom), 1978. 

384. McWhirter Prize for Reading Youth, Reading Evening Post (United Kingdom), February 16, 1978. 

385. Mermaid Gets Tom Stoppard, The Stage (United Kingdom), April 20, 1978. 

386. Entriamo Nella Clinica Del Diavolo, by Juri Nobikov, Epoca magazine (Argentina), May 31, 1978. 

387. Moscow Trials — Testing Carter, Newsweek magazine, July 24, 1978. 

388. Czech Invasion Rally, Middlesex County Times (United Kingdom), August 25, 1978. 

389. Poorer degrees warning by universities, by John Ezard, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), September 29, 1978. 

390. Sleeping off the socialist palsy, by Frederik Whitehead, Birmingham Daily Post (United Kingdom), October 4, 1978. 

391. ‘Life not so determined’ for exiled Russian, by Associated Press, The Kokomo Tribune (Kokomo, Indiana), November 13, 1978. 

392. Russian dissident returns to a life without steel bars, by Associated Press, Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Fort Worth, Texas), November 13, 1978. 

393. Life is Looking Better for Vladimir Bukovsky, by James R. Peipert, Associated Press Writer, the Times and Democrat (South Carolina), November 13, 1978. 

394. Soviet Dissident’s Siberia Trip Sidetracked, by Associated Press, the Tampa Tribune, November 13, 1978. 

395. Freedom Came Unexpectedly For One Soviet Dissident: Focus on Vladimir Bukovsky, by James R. Peipert, the Associated Press, the Atlanta Constitution, November 13, 1978. 

396. Russian dissident building new life, by Associated Press, The Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona), November 14, 1978. 

397. Soviet Dissident in New Life, by Associated Press, Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, the Evening News, Wilkes-Barre Record (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania), November 16, 1978. 

398. Dissident’s Eyes Reveal His Courage, Chicago Tribune, Fort Lauderdale News (Fort Lauderdale, Florida), November 16, 1978. 

399. Fight for “freedom” jail, by Jack Crossley, the Observer (London, United Kingdom), March 11, 1979. 

400. Soviet Union Up Front, by Max MacNamee, Hartford Courant (Hartford, Connecticut), April 1, 1979. 

401. Dissent, by Jeremy Bernstein, the New Yorker magazine, April 30, 1979. 

402. On British Campus: Russian Dissident is Building New Life, by Associated Press, the Arizona Republic, November 14, 1978. 

403. “Cleansing” for Olympics, by Vladimir Bukovsky, the Observer (London, United Kingdom), November 18, 1979. 

404. Russian Prisoner “Free” To Study in U.S., by Associated Press, the Times, November 19, 1978. 

405. Boukovsky: ce n’est pas le système qu’il faut changer, c’est l’homme, Les Nouvelles Littéraires (France), December 7, 1978. 

406. Soviet Dissident Unyielding in Beliefs, Albuquerque Journal (Albuquerque, New Mexico), December 17, 1978. 

407. Some Can’t Celebrate Christmas, by Bill Dickinson, Abbeville Herald (Abbevile, Alabama), December 21, 1978.

408. Interview with a dissident — Russia has soft U.S. off guard, Bukovsky fears, by Brynell Someville, The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune (Chillicothe, Missouri), December 28, 1978. 

409. Exiled Red dissenter now ‘convict on holiday’, by Victor Wilson, The Tampa Times (Tampa, Florida), January 30, 1979. 

410. The lower depth: To Build A Castle reviewed by Jane Majeski, Chicago Tribune (Chicago, Illinois), February 4, 1979. 

411. Book of the week: Born a Russian. To Build A Castle reviewed by John Barkham, Victoria Advocate (Victoria, Texas), February 4, 1979. 

412. ‘Castle’ Views Life Of Russian Dissident, To Build A Castle reviewed by Nicholas Knezevich, The Pittsburgh Press (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania), February 11, 1979. 

413. Soviet dissident tells why U.S. should agree to an arms treaty, by Mary McGrory, Washington Star, Tampa Bay Times (St. Petersburg, Florida), February 11, 1979. 

414. Arms control: absolute must for the world, by Mary McGrory, The Miami News (Miami, Florida) February 13, 1979. 

415. How Vladimir Bukovsky beat the Soviet System, by Raymond Nadeau, The Boston Globe (Boston, Massachusetts), February 25, 1979. 

416. A dissenter tells of life in the GULAG archipelago, by Robert M. Slusser, The Baltimore Sun (Baltimore, Maryland), February 25, 1979. 

417. Where freedom lies behind bars, To Build A Castle reviewed by Barry Lewis, The Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney, Australia), March 10, 1979. 

418. Fight for ‘freedom’ jail, by Jack Crossley, The Observer (London, UK), March 11, 1979. 

419. Repression with red lining: To Build A Castle reviewed by Anne Morrissett Davidson, The Philadelphia Inquirer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), March 11, 1979. 

420. The individual vs. a dictatorship: To Build A Castle reviewed by Margaret Torgersen, the New York Times Book Critic, Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York), March 11, 1979. 

421. Obstinately UnSoviet: To Build A Castle reviewed by Edward J. Foote, Hartford Courant (Hartford, Connecticut), April 1, 1979. 

422. She Helped Free Son From Jail, by NEA, Rocky Mount Telegram (Rocky Mount, North Caroline), April 3, 1979. 

423. To Build A Castle review by John Bausman, Associated Press, the Daily Register (Shrewsbury, New Jersey), April 29, 1979. 

424. Dissident plea to IOC, Reuter, The Guardian (London, United Kingdom), April 18, 1979. 

425. Maverick hero: To Build A Castle reviewed by Joan Bunke, The Des Moines Register (Des Moines, Iowa), May 6, 1979. 

426. Russian dissenter relates story, by Phil Thomas, Associated Press Books Editor, Manitowoc Herald Times (Manitowoc, Wisconsin), May 6, 1979. 

427. Bukovsky builds Castle of Humanism: To Build A Castle reviewed by Joel Baer, Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minnesota), May 6, 1979. 

428. To Build A Castle reviewed by Joel Baer, Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minnesota), May 6, 1979. 

429. To Build A Castle reviewed by John Bausman, Associated Press, Honolulu Star-Bulletin (Honolulu, Hawaii), May 6, 1979. 

430. A Soviet Dissenter: To Build A Castle reviewed by Jacoba Atlas, The Daily Utah Chronicle (Salt Lake City, Utah), May 18, 1979. 

431. One Man’s Fight For Freedom, To Build A Castle reviewed by Sandy Rosenberg, The Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, North Carolina), May 20, 1979. 

432. Bright Soviet Teenager Saw System Riddled by Incompetence, by John Bausman, Associated Press, the Wichita Eagle Sun, May 20, 1979. 

433. Struggle for freedom that created a dissident, by Helen Frizell, The Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney, Australia), July 16, 1979. 

434. Dissenter tells of life in Russia: Surely they must be joking, by Ron Wilson, Longview News-Journal (Longview, Texas), August 26, 1979. 

435. Russian dissenter tells how he got that way. To Build A Caste reviewed by John Bausman, Associated Press, Hazleton Standard Speaker (Hazleton, Pennsylvania), September 24, 1979. 

436. Dissident urges Olympic boycott, by Associated Press, Argus-Leader (Sioux Falls, South Dakota), November 6, 1979. 

437. A Conversation with Milan Djilas, by George Urban, Encounter magazine, December 1979.

438. Student tells of police grilling at Warsaw airport, Belfast Telegraph (United Kingdom), January 9, 1980. 

439. Athletes split on Carter’s call for a boycott, Courier-Post (Camden, New Jersey), January 21, 1980. 

440. Athletes’ Reaction Is Mixed Concerning Carter Proposal, The Tampa Tribune (Tampa, Florida), January 21, 1980. 

441. Boycott Joined By Dissidents, by Associated Press, The Town Talk (Alexandria, Louisiana), January 30, 1980. 

442. Dissidents appeal to world to shun Moscow Games, by Associated Press - UPI, The Gazette (Montreal, Quebec, Canada), January 31, 1980.

443. Exiled Dissident Predicts: Sakharov Will Remain An Active Leader, by UPI, The Times Argus (Barre, Vermont), January 31, 1980. 

444. Ali, St. Louis Post-Dispatch (St. Louis, Missouri), February 4, 1980. 

445. Three against Games, Longview Daily News (Longview, Washington), February 4, 1980. 

446. Support Rally, Says MP, Long Eaton Advertiser (United Kingdom), February 7, 1980. 

447. Bukovsky: A Graduate Of The GULAG, by Mary Blume, The Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, California), February 10, 1980. 

448. Russia breaks the rules of the Games, by Newman Rosenthal, The Age (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia), February 19, 1980. 

449. Stifled Voice of Liberty, by Margaret Jones, The Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia), February 22, 1980. 

450. Sources of American Confusion, by Alain Besancon, Encounter magazine, June 1980.

451. Comment on perd une bataille, by Vladimir Bukovsky and Edouard Kouznetzov, Art Press magazine, March 1980. 

452. To Build A Castle reviewed by John Romjue, Daily Press (Newport News, Virginia), June 29, 1980. 

453. Dissident Urges Talks Postponed, by UPI, The Tribune (Scranton, Pennsylvania), July 5, 1980. 

454. Bukovsky speaks in Spain: Soviet dissident urges East-West talks be scrubbed, by UPI, The Galveston Daily News (Galveston, Texas), July 5, 1980. 

455. Holland Music Festival, The Stage (United Kingdom), July 17, 1980.

456. Fake Paper Announces Soviet Coup, The Daily Oklahoman Sun (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma), July 27, 1980. 

457. ‘New Soviet Man’ Still an Enigma To Leaders, Foreigners, Himself, by Dan Fisher, L.A. Times Service, Hartford Courant (Hartford, Connecticut), September 12, 1980. 

458. Soviet Dissident for Aberdeen, Aberdeen Evening Express, September 17, 1980. 

459. Dissident Gives Grim Warning, Aberdeen Press and Journal (United Kingdom), October 25, 1980. 

460. Le mouvement pour la defense des droits civils, by Vladimir Boukovski, Presence Liberale magazine (France), November 1980. 

461. Numbers, by Councillor George a. Whyte, Aberdeen Press and Journal (United Kingdom), November 6, 1980. 

462. Problems du statut des détenus politiques, by Vladimir Bukovsky, Le Débat magazine (France), January 1981. 

463. "Посвящается Юрию Галанскову", Автор: Е. Вагин, журнал "Вече", 3.1981. 

464. Radios could link Afghan rebels, by Walter Schwarz, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), July 1, 1981.  

465. Shortcomings of American Patriotism: Do We Merit Democracy? To Build A Castle reviewed by Corinne Jude, The Daily Advertiser (Lafayette, Louisiana), July 5, 1981. 

466. Siquiatra y politica en Cuba, by Roberto Valero, El Miami Herald (Miami, Florida), July 12, 1981. 

467. Crossing borders: A film essay by Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovsky who “crossed borders” into the West in 1976. He attempts to weigh up the quality of life and freedoms enjoyed (or not) on both sides of the Iron Curtain, the Observer (London, United Kingdom), July 12, 1981. 

468. Bukovsky’s Own Story, Radio Times magazine (United Kingdom), September 26 - October 2, 1981. 

469. Y-a-t-il quelqu’un dans la salle qui ne soit pas le candidat due Moscou, by Philippe Muray, Art Press magazine (France), October 1981. 

470. Brezhnev’s Bonn Trip Sparks Protest, by Reuter, Edmonton Journal (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada), November 23, 1981. 

471. Fury in Bonn: Protests Mark Visit of Soviet Leader, Aberdeen Press and Journal (United Kingdom), November 23, 1981. 

472. Two Soviet dissidents, Vladimir Maximov and Vladimir Bukovsky, were among 20,000 people demonstrating in Bonn yesterday against the Russian invasion of Afghanistan, The Guardian (London, UK), November 23, 1981. 

473. The Women’s Camp, by Shusha Guppy, The Observer (London, UK), December 13, 1981. 

474. Soviet foes boost ‘Radio Free Kabul’, by Associated Press, Clarion-Ledger (Jackson, Mississippi), March 4, 1982. 

475. Afghan rebel stations aim at Red Army, Associated Press, The San Francisco Examiner (San Francisco, California), March 4, 1982. 

476. Afghans beam radio at Russians, by Associated Press, Green Bay Press-Gazette (Green Bay, Wisconsin), March 4, 1982. 

477. Radio Beams Politics to Afghans, by Associated Press, Daily Press (Newport News, Virginia), March 4, 1982. 

478. Afghan rebels broadcast to Russ troops, by Associated Press, Spokane Chronicle (Spokane, Washington), March 5, 1982. 

479. Afghans broadcasting to sap Soviets’ morale, by UPI, The Miami Herald (Miami, Florida), March 5, 1982. 

480. Afghan rebels compare Soviets to Nazis in radio broadcasts, by UPI, Pacific Daily News (Agana Heights, Guam), March 5, 1982. 

481. Bukovsky in Geneva, Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York), April 4, 1982. 

482. Sanctions on Soviets urged, by Associated Press, The Central New Jersey Home News (New Brunswick, New Jersey), April 13, 1982. 

483. Sanctions Against Russia Urged, by Associated Press, The Daily Journal (Vineland, New Jersey), April 13, 1982. 

484. People in the news: Vladimir Bukovsky, The Herald-news (Passaic, New Jersey), April 13, 1982. 

485. Peace, war and Billy Graham, by Joseph Sobran, The Des Moines Register (Des Moines, Iowa), May 15, 1982. 

486. ‘Peace’ A La Moscow, by Joseph Sobran, Carlsbad Current-Argus (Carlsbad, New Mexico), May 16, 1982. 

487. Lesson for the President, Liverpool Echo, June 12, 1982. 

488. Plot behind peace movement, by Vladimir Bukovsky, Chicago Tribune, August 2, 1982. 

489. The Nuclear-Freeze Insanity, by Robert Webb, The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio), August 8, 1982. 

490. Reagan was right about two’s behind nuclear freeze movement, by Patrick J. Buchanan, News-Journal (Mansfield, Ohio), October 14, 1982. 

491. Soviets play an obvious role in nuclear freeze proposal, by Patrick Buchanan, syndicated columnist based in Washington, D.C., News-Press (Fort Myers, Florida), October 14, 1982. 

492. Only Idiots Fail To See Communist Plot, by Charley Reese, Logansport Pharos-Tribune (Logansport, Indiana), October 28,1982. 

493. Ultra-liberals repeat scare tactics, by Charley Reese, Syndicated Columnist, Pensacola News Journal (Pensacola, Florida), November 5, 1982. 

494. Dissident terms Andropov ‘more ruthless than Stalin’, by United Press International, The Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona), November 15, 1982. 

495. Soviet experts differ on policy changes, by United Press International, South Florida Sun Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, Florida), November 15, 1982. 

496. Rebel calls Andropov ruthless, by Associated Press, Corvallis Gazette-Times (Corvallis, Oregon), November 16, 1982. 

497. Andropov: No One Is Sure Of His Policy, by UPI, The Daily News (Lebanon, Pennsylvania), November 16, 1982. 

498. The New Boss: Soviet Party Chief Yuri Andropov, Newsweek, November 22, 1982. 

499. Where’s proof nuclear freeze is Soviet-inspired?, by David S. Roberts, The Des Moines Register (Des Moines, Iowa), December 2, 1982. 

500. Canada may block move to expel Soviet psychiatrists, by David Frum, National Post (Torotno, Ontario, Canada), January 1, 1983. 

501. Reagan Knows Peace Depends on Strength, Chris Ford in Readers’ Views, The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio), February 20, 1983. 

502. Vladimir Bukovsky Visits Church in Indianapolis, The Indianapolis Star (Indianapolis, Indiana), April 18, 1983. 

503. To build castles - in prison, by Harvey Jacobs, The Indianapolis News (Indianapolis, Indiana), April 21, 1983. 

504. Who will volunteer to fight? By John Chamberlain, King Features Syndicate, the Park City Daily News (Bowling Green, Kentucky), May 30, 1983. 

505. Who would volunteer to do the fighting?, by John Chamberlain, The Daily American (Somerset, Pennsylvania), June 3, 1983. 

506. Entretien avec Vladimir Boukovski: au hasard des rues cette saveur de la liberte, France Catholique newspaper, June 17, 1983. 

507. ‘Hello, Sucker’, Editorial, The Star Press (Muncie, Indiana), September 1, 1983. 

508. Mr. Vladimir Bukovsky, the Russian dissident now living in the West, received undisclosed damages and costs in an agreed settlement in a libel action, it was stated in the High Court yesterday. The Guardian (London, UK), December 20, 1983. 

509. At 73 Reagan still hammers the Reds, by Harold Jackson, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), February 7, 1984. 

510. The Dissident as a Soviet Man: George Urban in a Long Interview with Alexander Zinoviev, Encounter magazine, April 1984. 

511. Read and Listen, Liverpool Echo (United Kingdom), April 3, 1984. 

512. Arens wants PLO offices closed, by Associated Press, Star Phoenix (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada), June 27, 1984. 

513. Plight of the Dissidents, by Ellen Hale, Gannett News Service, the Burlington Free Press (Burlington, Vermont), July 22, 1984. 

514. Some crazy ‘golden rules’, Editorial, News-Journal (Mansfield, Ohio), September 23, 1984. 

515. Dissident denounces freeze movement, by Bill Brewer, UPI, The Dispatch (Moline, Illinois), September 29, 1984. 

516. Collapsing The Soviet Union From Within, by Richard A. Viguerie, The Rayne Acadian-Tribune (Rayne, Louisiana), September 30, 1984. 

517. Without ever firing a shot, by Richard Viguerie, The Messenger (Madisonville, Kentucky), October 6, 1984. (An article on Soviet POW release efforts by Resistance International). 

518. Plan to smuggle books into Soviet criticized, by Associated Press, The Miami Herald (Miami, Florida), November 6, 1984. 

519. Birthday people, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), December 29, 1984. 

520. Overtaking the Thatcherites on the Right, by Nigel Hawkes, the Observer (London, United Kingdom), March 24, 1985. 

521. The battle of Bush House, by Michael Simmons, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), May 13, 1985. 

522. In Finland Hold Anti-Soviet Protest On Human Rights, by Associated Press, St. Louis Post-Dispatch (St. Louis, Missouri), July 29, 1985. 

523. Exiled writers recall immigration trauma, by Jose de Cordoba, The Miami Herald (Miami, Florida), November 10, 1985. 

524. Amnesty’s santi-Soviet street protest, by Dexter Waugh, The San Francisco Examiner (San Francisco, California), December 9, 1985. 

525. Those who torture must be trampled with shame, by Vladimir Bukovsky, UPI, the Fresno Bee (Fresno, California), February 9, 1986. 

526. Psychiatry, torture lined, by Vladimir Bukovsky, UPI, Record Journal (Meriden, Connecticut), February 16, 1986. 

527. Soviets need threat of war, dissident says, by Bob Gilmour, Edmonton Journal (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada), March 21, 1986. 

528. Red tyranny feeds on threat, Reader comment by Trish Buckingham, Missoula, The Missoulian (Missoula, Montana), June 11, 1986. 

529. Fabulist offers his views, by Ben Wattenberg, The Tribune (Coshocton, Ohio), June 17, 1986.

530. Inside a Soviet Mental Hospital, Newsweek magazine, August 11, 1986.  

531. Psychological tools used by Soviets, Letters to the editor, Richmond Review (Richmond, British Columbia, Canada), August 22, 1986. 

532. Will Gorbachev Reform the Soviet Union? by Vladimir Bukovsky, Commentary magazine, September 1986. 

533. Soviets’ human-rights record said worsening in recent years, by Roland Prinz, Associated Press writer, The Central New Jersey Home News (New Brunswick, New Jersey), November 4, 1986. 

534. Gorbachev’s Gamble: Opening a Closed Society, Newsweek magazine, January 5, 1987.

535. Sakharov on His Struggle, Newsweek magazine, January 5, 1987. 

536. Koryagin freed, says Yelena Bonner, by Associated Press, Rapid City Journal (Rapid City, South Dakota), February 19, 1987. 

537. Soviet dissident to speak at Coe, The Gazette (Cedar Rapids, Iowa), March 12, 1987. 

538. Soviet dissident says intent of reforms is to maintain empire, The Indianapolis Star (Indianapolis, Indiana), March 15, 1987. 

539. Bukovsky fights the Soviet empire, by John Krull, The Indianapolis News (Indianapolis, Indiana), March 17, 1987. 

540. Soviet ‘openness’ will die: Dissident, by Dale Kueter, The Gazette (Cedar Rapids, Iowa), March 17, 1987. 

541. The Soviets’ future, by Warren T. Brookes, The Vincennes Sun-Commercial (Vincennes, Indiana), March 23, 1987. 

542. Study Says Soviet Changes May Open Route To Dialogue, by Associated Press, Tyler Daily Courier-Times (Tyler, Texas), April 2, 1987. 

543. Soviet Changes May Give West Chance for Dialogue with Moscow, by the Associated Press, Alabama Journal, April 2, 2987. 

544. Olive Markham letter to the editor, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), April 3, 1987. 

545. The real reason why Soviets have stopped jamming VOA, by Ben Wattenberg, The Evening Sun (Hanover, Pennsylvania), June 10, 1987. 

546. Former Orthodox Church Worker Was A Spy For KGB, by Bill Keller of the New York Times, The Morning Call (Allentown, Pennsylvania), June 22, 1987. 

547. Rightwing campaigners come out of the bunker, by Seumas Milne, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), June 23, 1987. 

548. Soviet ‘Glasnost’ Gets Attention, But Lasting Impact Is Questioned, Editorial, Tyler Daily Courier-Times (Tyler, Texas), July 20, 1987. 

549. Here comes Gorbo, by William F. Buckley, The San Francisco Examiner (San Francisco, California), November 20, 1987. 

550. When Gorbachev comes…, by William F. Buckley, The Bangor Daily News (Bangor, Maine), November 20, 1987. 

551. Batten down the hatches, by William F. Buckley, Lancaster Eagle-Gazette (Lancaster, Ohio), November 21, 1987. 

552. Let’s Batten Down The Hatches When Gorbachev Comes, by William F. Buckley, Universal Press Syndicate, the Charlotte Observer, November 21, 1987. 

553. We Know Gorbachev’s Line; Truth Is Not To Be Anticipated, by William F. Buckley, Jr., the Scranton Times, November 22, 1987. 554. Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovsky recognized as true hero, by Richard E. Sincere, Jr., The Transcript (North Adams, Massachusetts), November 25, 1987. 

555. Gorbachev invitation foreseen, by William F. Buckley Jr., the Clarksdale Press Register (Clarksdale, Mississippi), November 27, 1987. 

556. Gorbachev, by William F. Buckley Jr., The Gueydan Journal (Gueydan, Louisiana), December 3, 1987. 

557. Gorbachev alquila vacas de segunda, by Vladimir Bukovsky, El Nuevo Herald (Miami, Florida), December 10, 1987. 

558. Gorbachev in America. How the Soviets See Us, Newsweek magazine, December 14, 1987. 

559. Plan should be to defeat communism, by Pete Davies, Longview Daily News (Longview, Washington), December 17, 1987. 

560. The other side of Gorbachev’s smiling face?, by Barbara Amiel, The Windsor Star (Windsor, Ontario, Canada), December 22, 1987. 

561. El dia que Gorbachev y Raisa se asilaron, by Vladimir Bukovsky, El Nuevo Herald (Miami, Florida), January 3, 1988. 

562. Gorbachev’s Glasnost Policies Not Proving Popular At Home, Editorial, The Tyler Courier-Times (Tyler, Texas), January 22, 1988. 

563. Gorbomania endagers U.S., by Virginia I. Postrel, Telegraph-Forum (Bucyrus, Ohio), January 23, 1988.

564. Cold War Cauldron, by Misha Glenny, The Guardian (London, UK), February 25, 1988. 

565. Americans should not listen to lies of communism, by Ernest W. Lefever, Hazleton Standard Speaker (Hazleton, Pennsylvania), February 25, 1988. 

566. KGB warns of plot to destabilise USSR, by Martin Walker, The Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia), April 30, 1988. 

567. Sakharov reported critical of Gorbachev, by Associated Press, The Boston Globe (Boston, Massachusetts), May 19, 1988.

568. Reagan in Moscow, Time magazine, June 6, 1988.

569. Raisa: A new image for the Soviet Union’ overworked, under appreciated women, Time magazine, June 6, 1988. 

570. Russia’s holy warriors, by Andrew Wilson, The Observer (London, UK), June 12, 1988.

571. Advice from a dissident, The Herald-Palladium (Saint Joseph, Michigan), June 23, 1988.

572. The freedom cat, by A. M. Rosenthal, The New York Times, The York Dispatch (York, Pennsylvania), June 25, 1988. 

573. Success of Gorbachev is the result of a long disintegration of communism, by Abe Rosenthal, The New York Times, Fort Lauderdale News (Fort Lauderdale, Florida), June 25, 1988. 

574. The new irrelevance, by A. M. Rosenthal, Daily World (Opelousas, Louisiana), June 26, 1988. 

575. No mourners at communism’s funeral, by A. M. Rosenthal, The Des Moines Register (Des Moines, Iowa), June 26, 1988. 

576. Don’t pay a dirge yet for communism, by A. M.  Rosenthal, Times-Advocate (Escondido, California), June 27, 1988. 

577. Gorbachev’s incredible gamble, by George Anne Geyer, The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Kentucky), June 28, 1988. 

578. Communism becomes irrelevant, by A. M. Rosenthal, the New York Times, Times Colonist (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada), July 11, 1988. 

579. Gorbachev defense, Editorial, Telegraph-Forum (Bucyrus, Ohio), August 4, 1988. 

580. Premature burial for “Survive” series on 10, by Jim Schembri, The Age (Melbourne, Australia), August 22, 1988.

581. Communism on the way out, by A. M. Rosenthal, Associate Editor of the New York Times, Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, Wisconsin), August 30, 1988. 

582. An Exchange on Glasnost, by Alain Besancon, Vladimir Bukovsky, Jerry Hough, Walter Laquer, Commentary magazine, November 1988. 

583. Jury still out on new Soviet policies in Latin America, by Richard Salvatierra, Tucson Citizen (Tucson, Arizona), November 11, 1988.

584.Thatcher aide starts agency to publish Soviet dissidents, The Guardian (London, UK), December 17, 1988. 

585. Eastern Europeans share folk art flair, by Dorothy Shinn, The Akron Beacon Journal (Akron, Ohio), January 29, 1989. 

586. A word to (and from) the wise, by William F. Buckley, Daily News (New York, New York), January 31, 1989.

587. Seeking proposals with substance, by William F. Buckley Jr., Universal Press Syndicate, The York Dispatch (York, Pennsylvania), February 2, 1989. 

588. Counseling the President, by Vladimir Bukovsky, National Review, February 10, 1989. 

589. Soviet voters wake sleeping bear by ousting big shots, by Mary McGrory, Argus Leader (Sioux Falls, South Dakota), April 2, 1989. 

590. Soviets went to polls and said nyet, by Mary McGrory, Lansing State Journal (Lansing, Michigan), April 2, 1989. 

591. Soviet elections open door that will be hard to close, by Mary McGrory, Kenosha News (Kenosha, Wisconsin), April 3, 1989. 

592. Soviet elections were “a flash of lightning”, by Mary McGregory, Universal Press Syndicate, Tallahassee Democrat, April 3, 1989. 

593. Soviet Elections: Bearish First Step, The Daily Times (Salisbury, Maryland), April 5, 1989. 

594. What is happening in Russia?, by Mary McGrory, The Record (Hackensack, New Jersey), April 6, 1989. 

595. Gorbachev reforms to bring bloody clash, dissident says, by Associated Press, The Billings Gazette (Billings, Montana), May 2, 1989. 

596. Soviet dissident predicts bloodshed, by Associated Press, Sioux City Journal (Sioux City, Iowa), May 2, 1989. 

597. Soviet activists feel betrayed: Bukovsky, by Press Association, The Sydney Morning Herald (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia), May 11, 1989. 

598. Critics say reforms haven’t helped Soviet economy, by John Chamberlain, Syndicated columnist, The Park City Daily News (Bowling Green, Kentucky), August 1, 1989. 

599. Gorbachev Labeled As ‘Janus-Faced’, by John Chamberlain, King Features Syndicate, The Tyler Courier-Times (Tyler, Texas), August 7, 1989. 

600.  "Кто противостоит Горбачёву", Автор: Владимир Буковский, газета "Учредительное собрание", издание партии Демократический Союз (Санкт-Петербург), номер 4, октябрь 1989 г. 

601. The moral infrastructure is a necessity, by Anthony Harrigan, The Index-Journal (Greenwood, South California), January 4, 1990. 

602. A future democratic Russia? By Andrew Glass, Cox News Service, The Greenwood Commonwealth (Greenwood, Mississippi), February 5, 1990. 

603. Forget Gorbachev; help democracy move, by Andrew Glass, Longview News-Journal (Longview, Texas), February 5, 1990.

604. Democracy Must Come To Soviets, by Andrew J. Glass, The Montgomery Advertiser (Montgomery, Alabama), February 6, 1990. 

605. Moving toward a Democratic Russia?, by Andrew J. Glass, Cox News Service, Stevens Point Journal (Stevens Point, Wisconsin), February 6, 1990. 

606. The one-party system ended last year in the Soviet Union, by Andrew J. Glass, The Tribune (Scranton, Pennsylvania), February 10, 1990. 

607. Butterflies in mothballs, by Stephen Vizinczey, The Observer (London, United Kingdom), February 11, 1990. 

608. Ashland students attend conference, The Times Recorder (Zanesville, Ohio), February 18, 1990. 

609. The passing of the Soviet Union’s age of empire, by Jane Kirkpatrick, The Indianapolis Star (Indianapolis, Indiana), April 15, 1990. 

610. Soviets on downward spiral, and U.S. policy not realistic, Editorial, The Item (Sumter, South Carolina), June 8, 1990. 

611. Time of jubilant freedom in Prague, by Joan M. Melloan, The Indianapolis News (Indianapolis, Indiana), August 2, 1990. 

612. End of sanctions fails to satisfy Soviet exiles, by David Remnick, The Windsor Star (Windsor, Ontario, Canada), August 16, 1990. 

613. Citizenship Offer Denounced, St. Louis Post-Dispatch (St. Louis, Missouri), August 17, 1990. 

614. Soviet citizenship returned, backhandedly, to Solzhenitsyn and others, by Scott Shane, The Baltimore Sun (Baltimore, Maryland), August 17, 1990. 

615. Gorbachev wins Nobel Peace Prize, The Miami Herald (Miami, Florida), October 16, 1990. 

616. I don’t believe in Gorbachev’s politics, by Vladimir Bukovsky, The Guardian (London, UK), October 19, 1990. 

617. A Soviet Sub Goes to Norway, by Reuters, Philadelphia Daily News (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), December 10, 1990. 

618. Peace Prize is “Recognition of Perestroika”, Aberdeen Press and Journal (United Kingdom), December 11, 1990. 

619. Defence of crumbling walls: Review of Parting With Illusions by Vladimir Pozner, by Vitali Vitaliev, the Age (Melbourne, Australia), March 23, 1991. 

620. Soviet rebel calls for ouster of Communists, The Vancouver Sun (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada), April 18, 1991. 

621. Russia wrests largest coal mine from Soviet control, by Thomas Ginsberg, The Associated Press, The News and Observer (Raleigh, North Carolina), April 18, 1991. 

622. Gorbachev Gets Cheers in Japan — But No Aid, compiled from news services, St. Louis Post Dispatch, April 18, 1991. 

623. Soviet call mine to re-open under private ownership deal, by T. Elaine Carey, Cox News Service, the Indianapolis Star, April 18, 1991. 

624. Soviet dissident returns from exile, urges peaceful revolution, by Scott Shane, the Baltimore Sun, April 18, 1991. 

625. Exiled dissident returns to Moscow and finds his views popular now, by Scott Shane, Baltimore Sun, The Gazette (Montreal, Quebec, Quebec, Canada), April 19, 1991. 

626. Visiting dissident urges Gorbachev’s ouster, by Francis X. Clines of the New York Times, The Press-Tribune (Roseville, California), April 28, 1991. 

627. A dissident sees Gorbachev as the next to go, by Lee Edwards, The Boston Globe (Boston, Massachusetts), May 11, 1991. 

628. Information Network, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), August 20, 1991. 

629. Bukovsky Returns, by Creators Syndicate, Tyler Morning Telegraph (Tyler, Texas), October 7, 1991. 

630. Yesterday’s Dissidents, Today’s Mere Curiosities, by Walter Laqueur, The Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, California), November 17, 1991. 

631. Goodbye, Gorby, And Good Riddance, by Vladimir Bukovsky, The New York Times (New York, New York), December 18, 1991. 

632. Goodbye, Gorby, and good riddance, by Vladimir Bukovsky, the Press Democrat (Santa Rosa, California), December 18, 1991. 

633. How the West Misread Gorbachev, by Vladimir Bukovsky, Arizona Daily Star, December 22, 1991. 

634. Ex-dissident testifies: Bukovsky tells of grim treatment from Communists, by Associated Press, Calgary Herald (Calgary, Alberta, Canada), August 1, 1992. 

635. Dissident testifies in trial against Communists, The Associated Press, The Springfield News-Leader (Springfield Missouri), August 1, 1992. 

636. Former dissident testifies in Russia, by Alan Cooperman, by Associated Press, The Philadelphia Inquirer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), August 1, 1992. 

637. Former Dissident Berates the Reds, the Irish Independent, August 1, 1992. 

638. Ex-dissident returns to Moscow to testify against Communists, by Associated Press, Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minnesota), August 1, 1992. 

639. Russian author testifies against Communists, by Alan Cooperman, Associated Press, The Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, North Carolina), August 1, 1992. 

640. Former Soviet dissident who was exiled testifies in Moscow against Communists, by Associated Press, Arizona Daily Star (Tucson, Arizona), August 1, 1992. 

641. Ex-dissident Bukovsky silences Communists’ trial, recounts decades of repression, by Associated Press, The Gazette (Montreal, Quebec, Quebec, Canada), August 1, 1992. 

642. Communist trail condemns system, by Associated Press, The Windsor Star (Windsor, Ontario, Canada), August 4, 1992. 

643. Communism on trail spurs national debate, by Alan Cooperman, the Associated Press, Albany Democrat-Herald (Albany, Oregon), August 4, 1992. 

644. Russians talk of blame for Communist crimes: Party activity condemned, by Associated Press, The Post-Crescent (Appleton, Wisconsin), August 4, 1992. 

645. Defector Maclean died a dissident man, by Martin Walker, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), September 8, 1992. 

646. Boundary breaker and moral maker, by Michael Kustow, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), October 8, 1992. 

647. Third division spies on a first class campus, by Norman Stone, The Guardian (London, United Kingdom), September 8, 1993. 

648. Got a Light? by Vladimir Bukovsky, National Review, August 15, 1994. 

649. Story of the Cold War from behind the Iron Curtain, Perthshire Advertiser (United Kingdom), February 17, 1995. 

650. Boukovski Fouille Les Archives du KGB, by Michel Parfenov, La Quinzaine Littéraire (France), October 31, 1995. 

651. Memorial to the victims, by William A. Rusher, the Crowley Post Signal (Crowley, Louisiana), January 31, 1996. 

652. Dissident hero left detached in a semi, by Victoria Clark, The Observer (London, UK), December 8, 1996. 

653. The De Rossa Libel Action: Moscow Letter in CPSU Archive, the Irish Independent, July 30, 1997. 

654. The De Rossa Libel Action: Clashes and Humour on Long Road to a Verdict, by Willie Dillon, the Irish Independent, August 1, 1997. 

655. Clinton should focus on new crime lords, by John Omicinski, the News Messenger (Fremont, Ohio), October 3, 1997. 

656. Gulag is a hard monument: Bid to restore labor camp stirs dispute, by Alessandra Stanley, New York Times, the Charlotte Observer, November 2, 1997. 

657. Robert Service’s “A History of Twentieth-Century Russia” reviewed by Norman Stone, the Guardian (London, United Kingdom), November 6, 1997. 

658. Crying to heaven for vengeance, by Vladimir Bukovsky, National Post (Toronto, Canada), October 27, 1998. 

659. Behind the lines of Pinochet’s Cold War, by Luiza Chuwalkowska, National Post (Toronto, Canada), November 12, 1998. 

660. Courting trouble, Editorial, National Post (Toronto, Canada), November 13, 1998. 

661. The long arm of International law, by Christine Davies, National Post (Toronto, Canada), December 10, 1998. 

662. The revolt of the technopeasant, by Vladimir Bukovsky, National Post (Toronto, Canada), January 9, 1999. 

663. Pursuing the murderers among us, Editorial, National Post (Toronto, Canada), January 18, 1999.

664. How to kill a republic: brick by brick, by Margaret Thatcher, The Missoulian (Missoula, Montana), May 9, 1999. 

665. Bukovskij Inghilterra, la pace dopo il gulag, by Dario Fertilio, Corriere della Sera, September 7, 1999. 

666. The KGB settles in; and the West smiles, by Vladimir Bukovsky, National Post (Toronto, Canada), January 28, 2000. 

667. "Европейское содружество -- новое издание Советского Союза", Автор: Владимир Буковский, журнал "Новый Век", 2.2003.  

668. America’s unsavory alliances: Is Russia fit to help US in fighting terrorism?, by Cathy Young, The Boston Globe (Boston, Massachusetts), March 17, 2003. 

669. The Cold War warrior, by Vladimir Isachenkov, Associated Press, York Daily Record (York, Pennsylvania), June 6, 2004. 

670. Former Soviet dissidents meet, warn that Russia is slipping back into a police state, by Associated Press, Lancaster New Era (Lancaster, Pennsylvania), November 13, 2004. 

671. Ex-dissidents: Russian democracy in danger, by Gerald Nadler, Associated Press writer, The Indiana Gazette, November 13, 2004. 

672. Former Soviet dissidents foresee repression’s return, by the Associated Press, Stevens Point Journal (Stevens Point, Wisconsin), November 14, 2004. 

673. A long way from the GULAG, by Cathy Young, The Boston Globe (Boston, Massachusetts), June 6, 2005. 

674. Reckless remark - ‘Gitmo’ is hardly a U.S. GULAG, The Daily Oklahoman (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma), June 7, 2005. 

675. “Remember what happened to Trotsky”, by Neil Barnett, National Post (Toronto, Canada), November 30, 2006. 

676. Poisoned spy said to be sympathetic to Chechnya, by Danica Kirka, Associated Press Writer, Standard-Speaker (Hazleton, Pennsylvania), December 8, 2006. 

677. Poisoned ex-Russian spy buried as trail of radiation victims grows, by David Stringer, Associated Press, the Journal News (Westchester, New York), December 8, 2006. 

678. Irena Kirkland, human rights advocate, Holocaust survivor - Obituary, by Washington Post, The Atlanta Constitution (Atlanta, Georgia), January 25, 2007. 

679. Punitive Psychiatry: Activists Say A Soviet-Era Practice Used To Silence Dissidents Has Been Revived In Russia, by Alex Rodriguez, Chicago Tribune, Hartford Courant (Hartford, Connecticut), August 12, 2007. 

680. Ex-dissident launches bid to oust Putin, by Nick Holdsworth, National Post (Toronto, Canada), August 13, 2007. 

681. Nine Days That Shook Communism, by John O’Sullivan, National Post (Toronto, Canada), May 3, 2007. 

682. Dissidents: Accusations of mental illness cited, Chicago Tribune (Chicago, Illinois), August 7, 2007. 

683. Activists: Russian asylums still jail for dissenters, by Alex Rodriguez, Chicago Tribune, The Santa Fe New Mexican (Santa Fe, New Mexico), August 9, 2007. 

684. Critics silenced as 2008 Olympics approach, by Peter Worthington, Whitehorse Daily Star (Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada), August 13, 2007. 

685. Ex-dissident launches bid to oust Putin - Vladimir Bukovsky, by Nick Holdsworth, National Post (Toronto, Canada), August 13, 2007. 

686. Yavlinsky will not run for president, by Steve Gutterman, Associated Press Writer, The Sentinel (Carlisle, Pennsylvania), December 15, 2007. 

687. Moscow - 7 Candidates Barred From Presidential Polls, The La Crosse Tribune (La Crosse, Wisconsin), December 23, 2007. 

688. Chautauqua takes some chill out of Stoppard Cold War piece, by Jane Vranish, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania), August 2, 2008. 

689. Russian Nobel winner Alexander Solzhenitsyn dies at 89, Arizona Daily Star (Tucson, Arizona), August 4, 2008.  

690. Results of U.S. - Russian spy exchange murky, by Robert Burns, AP National Security Writer, Great Falls Tribune (Great Falls, Montana), July 10, 2010. 

691. Moscow prison endures as relic of Soviet days, by Megan K. Stack, The Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, California), July 12, 2010. 

692. Tough life awaits spies sent home, activist says: Return will be a ‘nightmare’, by Harriet Alexander, Sunday Telegraph, The Vancouver Sun (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada), July 12, 2010. 

693. Roosevelt the traitor? Absurd. Conrad Black on the bizarre suggestion that FDR, and may other American presidents, were secretly serving masters in Moscow, by Conrad Black, National Post (Toronto, Canada), October 12, 2013. 

694. Freed Russian rockers remain committed to driving out Putin, by the Associated Press, Times Colonist (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada), December 28, 2013. 

695. Why the UE is not your father’s Europe, by Diana West, The Daily Journal (Flat River, Missouri), May 6, 2014. 

696. Russian dissident claim Putin is behind smear scheme, by Andrew Higgins, The New York Times, The Sacramento Bee (Sacramento, California), December 10, 2016.

697. Russia’s foes say false facts planted as a smear tactic, by Andrew Higgins in the New York Times, The Santa Fe New Mexican (Santa Fe, New Mexico), December 11, 2016. 

698. Remembering Soviet dissidents and the weaponization of psychiatry, by Mark W. Hendrickson, News-Democrat and Leader (Russellville, Kentucky), December 18, 2018. 

699. Soviet dissenter revealed abuses of communism - Vladimir Bukovsky obituary, by Emily Langer, The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune (Chicago, Illinois), November 1, 2019.

700. Vladimir Bukovsky obituary, Der Spiegel, November 2, 2019. 

CHRONICLE OF CURRENT EVENTS

Issue no. 17.

April 1971 (London). Amnesty International Publications.

31 December 1970 (Moscow).

Contents:

  • The trial of Amalrik and Ubozhko.

  • Andrei Amalrik’s final address.

  • The trial of Valentin Moroz.

  • Solzhenitsyn’s letter to the Nobel Foundation.

  • The Committee for Human Rights in the USSR. Public statements regarding the trial of Pimenov, Vail and Zinoveva. 

  • The Leningrad trial of the “hi-jackers”.

  • Trials of recent years: The case of the UNF (Ukrainian National Front).

  • Persecution of Jews wishing to emigrate to Israel. 

  • Rigerman, American citizenship and the Soviet police.

  • The fate of Fritz Mender.

  • Political prisoners in the Mordovian camps.

  • News in brief.

  • Samizdat news.

 

 

Issue No. 18 (plus supplement to no. 17).

June 1971 (London). Amnesty International Publications.

5 March 1971 (Moscow).

Contents:

  • Political prisoners in psychiatric hospitals. 

  • The hunger strike in Vladimir prison. 

  • Political prisoners in the Mordovian camps. 

  • A survey of events in the Ukraine. 

  • The Jewish movement for emigration to Israel.

  • The Crimean Tatar movement.

  • The warning to the Committee for Human Rights.

  • Trials of recent years.

  • News in brief.

  • Corrigenda to several issues of the Chronicle.

  • Supplement to no. 17: A list of persons convicted or arrested for political reasons in 1969 and 1970.

 

 

Issues Nos. 19 and 20.

September 1971 (London). Amnesty International Publications. 

30 April 1971 (Moscow).

2 July 1971 (Moscow).

Contents:

  • The arrest of Vladimir Bukovsky.

  • Vladimir Gershuni’s notes from the special psychiatric hospital in Oryol.

  • The hunger strike of Borisov and Fainberg.

  • The fate of members of the “All-Russian Social-Christian Union for the Liberation of the People”.

  • An appeal by the Crimean Tatar people.

  • The movement of the Meskhetians for a return to their homeland. 

  • The Jewish movement to leave for Israel.

  • Extra-judicial persecution.

  • Banned films. 

  • Items from the Soviet press.

  • News in brief.

  • Samizdat news. 

  • Political trails (May-June 1971).

  • The movement of the Meskhetians for a return to their homeland.

  • Extra-judicial persecution.

  • News in brief.

  • Samizdat news.

  • Obituary.

  • Addendum.

 

 

Issue no. 21.

December 1971 (London). Amnesty International Publications. 

11 September 1971 (Moscow).

Contents:

  • Political trials.

  • The Dnepropetrovsk psychiatric hospital of special type.

  • Open letters from A. I. Solzhenitsyn to Andropov, USSR Minister of State Security, and Kosygin, Chairman of the USSR Council of Ministers.

  • Materials of the Committee for Human Rights (Moscow).

  • The investigation into the case of V. Bukovsky.

  • The Jewish movement to leave for Israel.

  • The Meskhetian movement.

  • Religious persecution.

  • News in brief.

  • Samizdat news. 

 

 

Выпуск 23. Издательство "Вольное слово", Посев, 1972. 

Содержание:

- Дело Владимира Буковского.

- Суд над Надеждой Емелькиной.

- Голодовки политических заключенных.

- К годовщине "самолетного" процесса. 

- Движение евреев за выезд в Израиль. 

- Преследования верующих в Литве.

- Краткие сообщения. 

- Новости самиздата. 

- Некролог. 

 

 

Issues nos. 22 and 23

March 1972 (London). Amnesty International Publications. 

10 November 1971 (Moscow).

5 January 1972 (Moscow). 

Contents:

  • On the presentation of the Nobel Prize to A. I. Solzhenitsyn. 

  • The case of Vladimir Bukovsky.

  • Material concerning the forthcoming International Congress of Psychiatrists. 

  • News from the Mordovian camps and Vladimir prison.

  • Material from the regional press.

  • The movement to leave for Israel.

  • Appeals in defence of Human Rights.

  • News in brief. 

  • Samizdazt news.

  • Letters and statements.

  • The case of Vladimir  Bukovsky.

  • The final speech of Bukovsky.

  • The trial of Nadezhda Emelkina.

  • Hunger strikes by political prisoners.

  • Concerning the anniversary of the “aeroplane” trail.

  • The movement to leave for Israel.

  • The persecution of believers in Lithuania. 

  • News in brief.

  • Samizdat news.

  • Obituary. 

 

Issue no. 24

July 1972 (London). Amnesty International Publishing.

5 March 1972 (Moscow).

Contents:

  • The case of Vladimir Bukovsky.

  • Searches and arrests in January.

  • The hunger strike of Fainberg and Borisov.

  • Political prisoners in the Mordovian camps.

  • Religious persecution in Lithuania. 

  • Document of the World Federation for Mental Health.

  • The Jewish movement to leave for Israel.

  • Material from newspaper articles. 

  • Extra-judicial persecution.

  • News in brief.

  • Samizdat news.

 

 

Issues nos. 25 and 26.

October 1972 (London). Amnesty International Publications. 

20 May 1972 (Moscow).

5 July 1972 (Moscow). 

Contents:

  • The arrest of Pyotr Yakir.

  • Political trials. 

  • Searches, interrogations, arrests.

  • Pre-trial investigations.

  • Political prisoners in psychiatric hospitals.

  • Expulsion of a correspondent. 

  • “In honour of Nixon”.

  • Shevchenko Day in the Ukraine.

  • The press conference of J. Dobosch.

  • New functions for the [security] organs.

  • The events in Lithuania.

  • Materials from newspaper articles.

  • Extra-judicial persecution.

  • News in brief.

  • Letters and documents. 

  • Samizdat news.

  • The “Memorandum” of A. D. Sakharov.

  • Corrigenda to previous issues.

  • Additional corrections. 

 

 

Issue no. 27.

March 1973 (London). Amnesty International Publications. 

15 October 1972 (Moscow).

 

Contents:

  • Repressions in the Ukraine.

  • Searches, interrogations, arrests.

  • The events in Lithuania.

  • The persecution of the Crimean Tatars.

  • In the prisons and camps.

  • In the psychiatric hospitals.

  • Letters and statements.

  • Activities of the Human Rights Committee

  • New information on the Leningrad “aeroplane” trail.

  • Materials from newspaper articles.

  • The end of School no. 2.

  • News in brief. 

  • Samizdat news.

  • Addenda and corrigenda. 

  • Corrections to various issues. 

 

 

No. 28. Amnesty International Publications, London.

31 December 1972 (Moscow).

Contents:

  • The death of Yury Galanskov.

  • A chronicle of case no. 24. 

  • The trial of Dandaron. 

  • Repressions in the Ukraine. 

  • The Presidium of the USSR Supreme Soviet answers a letter from 273 Jews. 

  • The Directives on Urgent Hospitalization.

  • News in brief. 

 

 

No. 29. Amnesty International Publications, London. 

31 July 1973 (Moscow).

Contents:

  • “A Chronicle of Human Rights in the USSR”. 

  • The trial of Davydov and Petrov. 

  • The case of Bolonkin, Balakirev and Yukhnovets. 

  • Repression in Oryol. 

  • Trials in the Ukraine. 

  • The case of Leonid Plyushch.

  • The trial of Andrei Amalrik. 

  • A chronicle of case number 24.

  • Events in Lithuania. 

  • Biographies. 

  • News in brief. 

 

 

No. 30. Amnesty International Publications, London. 

31 December 1973 (Moscow). 

Contents:

  • The trail of P. Yakir and V. Krasin. 

  • The trial of Yury Shikhanovich.

  • The trial of Bolonkin and Balakirev. 

  • A. Feldman tried. 

  • The trial of V. Lisovoi, E. Pronyuk and I. Semanyuk. 

  • The investigation of the G. Superfin’s case. 

  • In the prisons and camps. 

  • In psychiatric hospitals. 

  • Events in Lithuania. 

  • Materials on Sakharov. 

  • Activities of Soviet Jews. 

  • An unpublished decree of the Presidium of the USSR Supreme Soviet. 

  • News in brief.

  • Samizdat news. 

  • Materials from the Soviet press. 

 

 

No. 31. Amnesty International Publications, London. 

17 May 1974 (Moscow).

Contents:

  • The trial of Dzheppar Akimov. 

  • The trial of Reshat Dzhemilev.

  • The position of the Crimean Tatars in Crimea. 

  • Letters from the Crimea. 

  • Documents of the Crimean Tatar movement: appeals, statements, information sheets. 

  • Letter to Kurt Waldheim. 

  • Documents from official correspondence. 

 

 

No. 10

July-August 1974. Khronika Press, New York.

Contents:

  • The appellate hearing in the case of Superfin.

  • Ogurtsov in a psychiatric hospital.

  • Joseph Bordsky in defense of Maramzin.

  • The case of the Germans resident in Estonia.

  • The unofficial seminar of physicists.

  • In defense of scientists: a statement by Sakharov and Shafarevich; an interview with Lipman Bers. 

  • Sakharov’s hunger strike. 

  • In defense of father Dmitry Dudko.

  • Events in a Perm camp: the journal of a hunger strike; Gluzman’s statement. 

  • A statement from political prisoners. 

  • The persecution of the pentecostalists.

  • News in brief. 

  • Obituary: Ekaterina Olitskaya.

  • Bibliography.

  • Received from samizdat.

 

Nos. 11-12.

September - December 1974. Khronika Press, New York. 

Contents:

  • Kovalev and Sakharov appeal for an amnesty.

  • On Soviet emigration policy.

  • Sergei Kovalev arrested.

  • Vladimir Osipov arrested.

  • Mikhail Kheifets convicted.

  • Paruir Airikyan convicted.

  • Searches and interrogations in Moscow.

  • Rene Cassin in defense of Maramzin.

  • In defense of Gastev.

  • In defense of Superfin.

  • A USSR group of Amnesty International is founded.

  • A statement by Lithuanian Priests.

  • Sakharov on restrictions of domicile.

  • An appeal from Tatar children.

  • A talk with a psychiatrist.

  • Political prisoners declare a hunger strike. 

  • An open letter to the Universal Postal Union.

  • New restrictions in camp regimes. 

  • News in brief.

  • Obituary: Bidiya Dandaron. 

  • Documents: on the passport system; on the revocation of restrictions on domicile. 

 

 

No. 13. 

January - February 1975. Khronika Press, New York. 

Contents:

  • Vladimir Maramzin released from custody.

  • In defense of Vladimir Osipov.

  • A letter from Dr. Semyon Gluzman.

  • In defense of Leonid Plyushch.

  • Concerning administrative surveillance (Alexander Ginzburg).

  • Valentia Pailodze sentenced. 

  • The confiscation of a Baptist printing press.

  • Valery Chalidze on detente. 

  • News in brief.

  • Bibliography.

  • Appendix: A Dissident’s Guide to Psychiatry (V. Bukovsky and S. Gluzman). 

 

 

No. 14

March - April 1975. Khronika Press, New York. 

Contents:

  • Andrei Tverdokhlebov arrested.

  • The case of Anatoly Marchenko.

  • In defense of Sergei Kovalev.

  • Gabriel Superfin’s letter.

  • An interview with Prof. Leon Lipson.

  • In the Perm camps. 

  • News in brief. 

  • Appendix: two searches and four interrogations (Andrei Tverdokhlebov).

 

 

No. 15.

May - June 1975. Khronika Press, New York. 

Contents:

  • An appeal from Moscow scientists.

  • In defense of Tverdokhlebov.

  • A statement by Plyushch’s wife.

  • Sakharov on emigration.

  • The KGB chairman on human rights. 

  • Kopelev requests amnesty for political prisoners. 

  • Forced labor in the USSR.

  • An appeal by political prisoners. 

  • From Vladimir Prison. 

  • News in brief. 

  • Documents: the Novikov case; the Vashchenko case. 

 

 

No. 16.

July - September 1975. Khornika Press, New York. 

Contents:

  • Appeal for the general political amnesty.

  • In defense of scientists. 

  • Vladimir Osipov convinced. 

  • Amalrik expelled from Moscow. 

  • In defense of Mustafa Dzhemilev. 

  • Kopelev refuses to report for interrogation. 

  • A statement by Evgeny Barabanov. 

  • Involuntary confinement in psychiatric hospitals. 

  • The European Conference and Soviet political prisoners. 

  • The status of political prisoners. 

  • Beatings in Vladimir Prison.

  • Chalidze on torture in Georgia. 

  • Chornovil renounces his citizenship. 

  • Persecution of German believers. 

  • Pavel Litvinov. Agreement in Helsinki and arrests in Moscow. 

  • A postal document. 

  • News in brief. 

  • Bibliography. 

 

 

Nos. 17-18.

October - December 1975. Khornika Press. New York. 

Contents:

  • Sergei Kovalev convicted. 

  • Vladimir Osipov trial.

  • Andrei Sakharov’s Nobel Prize. 

  • In defense of Mustafa Dzhemilev. 

  • In defense of Leonid Plyushch. 

  • In defense of Vyacheslav Igrunov.

  • In defense of Vasily Romanyuk.

  • The international Sakharov hearing. 

  • Political prisoner’s day. 

  • Tenth anniversary of the Pushkin Square demonstration. 

  • The right to defense. 

  • The right of prisoners to profess their religion. 

  • A statement by Mikhail Kheifets. 

  • Contacts with foreign specialists. 

  • News in brief. 

 

 

No. 19.

January - March 1976. Khronika Press. New York. 

Contents:

  • Sergei Kovalev’s trail. 

  • Leonid Plyushch’s statement. 

  • Gabriel Superfin’s hunger strike. 

  • Valery Chalidze’s letter.

  • Vladislovos Zhilius’s letter.

  • In defense of Father Dmitry Dudko. 

  • Letter on the Polish Constitution.

  • Obituaries: Rene Cassin, Grigory Podyapolsky. 

  • News in brief. 

  • Bibliography. 

  • The Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. 

  • Valentin Turchin. What is impartiality?

  • Jewish emigration. (June 1975 - January 1976).

 

 

Nos. 20-21.

April - June 1976. Khornika Press. New York. 

Contents:

  • The Helsinki Watch Group.

  • Andrei Tverdokhlebov’s trial.

  • Mustafa Dzhemilev’s trial: A.Nekrich. Can we remain silent?; A. Sakharov. A statement.; L.Chukovskaya. The face of inhumanity. 

  • In defense of Vladimir Bukovsky. 

  • Valentin Moroz in the Serbsky Institute. 

  • Gabriel Superfin’s letter.

  • In defense of Boris Zdorovets. 

  • A letter of political prisoners. 

  • Andrei Amalrik. Are there political prisoners in the USSR?

  • In defense of Sergei Kovalev. 

  • Victor Krasin’s statement. 

  • The Igor Melchuk case. 

  • Alexander Lerner’s letter.

  • The Evangelical Christian Baptist Church. 

  • News in brief. 

  • Bibliography. 

  • Victor Nekrasov. The fate of Semyon Gluzman. 

 

No. 22.

July-September 1976. Khronika Press. New York.

Contents:

  • The UN Human Rights Committee.

  • Sakharov’s message to Ford and Carter. 

  • The rights of scientists. 

  • In defense of Sergei Kovalev.

  • In defense of Vladimir Bukovsky.

  • Tverdokhlebov in exile. 

  • In defense of Efrem Yankelevich. 

  • Religion in the USSR.

  • The Lyubarsky-Makarenko letter on Vladimir Prison. 

  • Obstruction of postal and telephone communications. 

  • News in brief. 

  • Yury Orlov’s appeal. 

  • Reports of the Helsinki Watch Group. 

  • Lev Kopelev. Mustafa Dzhemilev. 

 

 

Nos. 23-24.

October  - December 1976. Khornika Press. New York. 

Contents:

  • The Bukovsky - Corvalan exchange. 

  • Human Rights Award - Andrei Amalrik. 

  • The Pushkin Square demonstration. 

  • Reports of the Helsinki Watch Group. 

  • Ford’s report on Helsinki compliance. 

  • Alfred Friendly, Jr. The Helsinki Commission. 

  • Zivs on Soviet political prisoners. 

  • Romanyuk’s letter.

  • Kolman’s statement. 

  • Shafarevich’s statement.

  • News in brief. 

  • Bibliography. 

  • Personalia: Alexander Ginzburg. 

  • Interview: Vladimir Bukovsky. 

  • Simchich’s statement. 

  • Document: Yui-Shi-Lin’s appeal. 

  • Valery Chalidze. Soviet Corrective Labor Law. 

 

 

No. 25. 

January - March 1977. Khronika Press. New York. 

Contents:

  • The Sakharov - Carter letters.

  • Arrests of Helsinki Watch Group members.

  • In defense of Alexander Ginzburg. 

  • In defense of Gabriel Superfin.

  • Petr Grigorenko subpoenaed. 

  • Attempts to compromise dissidents. 

  • Pressure on Andrei Sakharov. 

  • Human rights: Western initiatives, Soviet response. 

  • News in brief. 

  • Bibliography. 

  • Helsinki Watch Groups: Reports. 

  • Three months before Belgrade. 

  • Vladimir Bukovsky. Statement to the Helsinki Commission. 

  • Valery Chalidze. A policy of honor. 

  • Czechoslovakia: Charter 77.

  • Irena Lasota-Zabludowski. Poland: The Workers Defense Committee. 

  • Vladimir Bukovsky: Statement to the AFL - CIO. 

  • Personalia: Yuri Orlov; Mikola Rudenko. 

  • Legal commentary: Valery Chalidze. The Helsinki Final Act. 

  • From the past: O. Markov. Peshkova’s “Aid to Political Prisoners”. 

 

No. 27.

July - September 1977. Khronika Press. New York.

Contents:

  • The Helsinki Watch Groups.

  • Recent victims of psychiatric misuse.

  • A statement by prisoners in Camp 35.

  • A statement by prisoners in Camp 36.

  • The persecution of Germans in Lithuania.

  • The Bukharin Case.

  • Helsinki Watch Groups: reports.

  • News in brief.

  • Bibliography.

  • The Moscow Book Fair.

  • The Sixth World Psychiatric Congress.

  • The Russian Prisoners' Aid Fund.

  • L. Bogoraz, A. Marchenko. The invasion of privacy.

  • The Russian Orthodox Church.

  • Yuri Andropov on dissent.

  • Legal commentary: Sofia Kallistratova. The draft constitution.

  • Documents: Registration of Crimean Tatars.

  • From the past: a communist approach to the theory of relativity.

No. 28.

October - December 1977. Khronika Press. New York.

Contents:

  • The Helsinki Watch Groups.

  • The Belgrade Conference. 

  • Andrei Sakharov on capital punishment. 

  • Georgy Vladimov resigns from the Writers' Union.

  • News in brief. 

  • Bibliography.

  • Obituary: Alexander Galich.

  • Yulia Voznesenskaya: Life in a transfer prison.

  • An appeal by political prisoners.

  • Ludmilla Alexeyeva: The second Sakharov hearing.

  • Soviet workers, the AFL - CIO and human rights.

  • Third Presidential Report on Helsinki compliance. 

  • Personalia: Malva Landa.

  • Legal commentary: Valery Chalidze. The new constitution.

No. 29.

January - March 1978. Khronika Press. New York.

Contents:

  • The Helsinki Watch Groups.

  • In defense of Alexander Zinoviev.

  • The obstruction of postal and telephone communications.

  • The Belgrade conference. 

  • News in brief.

  • The forcible resettlement of the Tajik mountaineers.

  • Legal problems of repatriation. M. V. Novikov. 

  • On Soviet workers:

- The free trade union charter.

- A workers' movement in the USSR? Valery Chalidze. 

- The life of Soviet workers. Anatoly Marchenko.

  • The tenth anniversary of the Chronicle of Current Events:

- The founding of the Chronicle of Current Events. Natalya Gorbanevskaya.

- The tenth anniversary of the Chronicle of Current Events. Ludmilla Alexeyeva. 

  • Documents of legal practice:

- A personal search.

- Falsification of postal notifications.

  • Bibliography. 

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